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OFFICERS  AND  ENLISTED  MEN  OF 
THE  UNITED  STATES  NAVY  WHO 
LOST  THEIR  LIVES  DURING  THE 
WORLD  WAR,  FROM  APRIL  6,  1917 
TO  NOVEMBER  11,  1918, 


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GOVERNMENT  PRINTING  OFFICE 
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FOREWORD. 


The  Bureau  of  Navigation,  in  publishing  this  list  of  those  who  died  in  the 
Naval  Service  during  the  World  War,  desires  to  take  advantage  of  the  oc- 
casion and  to  express  its  high  appreciation  of  the  patriotism,  devotion,  and 
loyalty  of  those  citizens  of  the  country  who  have  willingly  given  their  lives 
to  its  service.  ^^  .  *  \ 

To  the  bereaved  ones  it  wishes  to  express*  }fe  deepest  sympathy  in  the  losses 
they  have  sustained  and  to  offer  them  the  comforting  thought  that  the  de- 
parted ones  have  died  nobly,  and  their  memories  will  ever  be  held  in  sacred 
esteem  by  their  surviving  comrades  and  by  all  citizens  who  appreciate  the 
services  rendered  by  those  who  have  served  in  their  country's  defense. 

THOS.  WASHINGTON. 
Chief  of  the  Bureau  of  Navigation. 
WASHINGTON,  D.  C., 

March  17,  1920. 

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DEATHS  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES  NAVY  FROM  APRIL  6, 1917, 
TO  NOVEMBER  11,  1918. 

OFFICERS,  REGULAR  AND  RESERVE. 


ABET,  JABVIS  HAKRY,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Attached  to  U.  S.  S.  Vermont. 

Date :  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Rose  Ellen  Abey    (mother),  222  Lexington  Avenue, 
Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
ADAMS,  HABRY  E.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  United  States  Naval  Air  Station,  Pauillac,  France. 

Date:  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin  :  Mamie  Adams  (wife),  R.  F.  D.  4,  Pensacola,  Fla. 

Appointed  from  Rhode  Island. 
AHERN,  JOHN  BERNARD,  gunner,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  On  U.  S.  T.  C.  Ticonderoga  (torpedoed). 

Date:  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  D.  J.  Ahern  (mother),  556  Brown  Avenue,  Manchester,  N.  H. 

Appointed  from  New  Hampshire. 
ALDEN,  SPENCER  T.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  At  Naval  Air  Station,  Bay  Shore,  Long  Island. 

Date :  May  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (fracture  frontal  bone,  compound). 

Next  of  kin:  Samuel  R.  Alden  (father),  17  Bank  Block,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 
ALGAR,  PHILIP,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  France. 

Date:  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Alfred  Algar  (mother),  193  Central  Avenue,  Milton,  Masai, 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
ALLEN,  DAVID  GORDON,  past  assistant  surgeon,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Porta  Delgada,  Azores,  attached  to  U.  S.  S.  Panther. 

Date:  September  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Food  poison,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Annie  Wood  (mother),  10  Taylor  Street,  Savannah,  Ga. 

Appointed  from  Georgia. 

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ALLEN,  EoWARP,:  eM'of.  boatswain,  i  Mi  ted  States  Navy. 

Died  :  'At  Brooklyn,'  N.  '??  ' 

Date:  April  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (carcinoma). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Edward  Allen  (wife),  802  Washington  Street,  Hoboken, 
N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
ALLSTON,  FRANK  C.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Westover  (torpedoed). 

Date:  July  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  M.  C.  C.  Allston,  (wife),  Summerville,  S.  C. 

Appointed  from  South  Carolina. 

ANDREWS,    JUNIUS    FRANKLIN,    ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  5). 

Died :  At  Naval  Air  Station,  Chatham,  Mass. 

Date:  July  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (burned  to  death). 

Next  of  kin:  Augusta  L.  Andrews   (mother),  913  Hangier  Avenue,  Dur- 
ham, N.  C. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 
ANTOSCH,  WALTER,  machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  3). 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Westbridge  (torpedoed). 

Date:  August  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Anton  Antosch  (father),  609  Third  Avenue,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

AEBOGAST,    WHELDAN    SMITH,    ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  Herman  Frasch  when  it  collided  with  G.  C.  Henry. 

Date:  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Sarah  Ellen,  Arbogast  (mother),  313  West  Jefferson  Street, 
Springfield,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
ABNOLD,  CON  WAY  H.,  rear  admiral,  United  States  Navy  (retired). 

Died:  At  home. 

Date :  July  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (nephritis,  chronic,  interstitial). 

Next  of  kin:  Fanny  W.  Arnold   (wife),  800  Riverside  Drive,  New  York, 
N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
ASPEB,  BITRT  J.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)  (Medical  Corps)  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  reported  missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  John  C.  Asper   (father),  329  South  Main  Street,  Chambers- 
burg,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 
AVEBILL,  RAY  RUFUS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Tenadores. 

Date :  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  Helen  B.  Averill  (wife)  Wentworth,  N.  H. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 


AVERT,  ROBEBT  GILBERT,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  At  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Ella   May  Avery    (wife),   137   East   Avenue,    South,   Balti- 
more, Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 

BARNES,   MERRITT   HAWTHORNE,   ensign,   United   States   Naval   Reserve   Force 
(class  4). 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza,  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mabel  B.  Richardson  (mother),  56  Liberty  Street,  Danvers, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
BARNEY,  EDWARD  SELBY,  ensign   (Supply  Corps),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Fort  Lyon,  Colo. 

Date :  May  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis,  pulmonary,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Jean  Barney  (wife),  2220  Blake  Street,  Berkeley,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  West  Virginia. 
BARRY,  EDMUND  BORTON,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died:  At  United  States  Naval  Air  Station,  St.  Trojan,  France. 

Date:  August  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (result  of  explosion  of  bomb  on  seaplane). 

Next  of  kin-  Edmund  P.  Barry  (father),  52  Cady  Street,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BATE,  ALBERT  JOHN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  At  Base  Hospital  No.  6., 

Date:  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Edmond  Hill  Bate  (brother),  50  Church  Street,  New  York, 
N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  California. 
BAUME,  THOMAS  AUSTIN,  boatswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Mare  Island,  Calif. 

Date:  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next   of  kin:   Mrs.   Frances  Elizabeth  Baume    (wife),  438  York   Street, 
Vallejo,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
BAUSH,  ROBERT  O.,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  U.,  S.  S.  Solace. 

Date:  February  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (fall). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Lucille  B.  Baush   (wife),  care  of  W.  D.  Belt,  jr.,  901 
S.  W.  Life  Building,  Dallas,  Tex. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
BECKHARDT,  JOSEPH  S.,  pay  clerk,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  New  York. 

Date:  April  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (diphtheria). 

Next   of  kin:   Mrs.   Martha   Jane  Lamb   Beckhardt    (mother),   90  South 
Howell  Street,  Hillsdale,  Mich. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 


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BEECHEB,  JAMES  SWAIN,  lieutenant  commander  (Supply  Corps),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  St.  Mary's  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza,  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  Henry  L.  Beecher  (brother),  404  South  German  Street, 
New  Ulm,  Conn. 

Appointed  from  Minnesota. 
BELCHER,  BUKTON  ELIAS,  lieutenant  (Medical  Corps),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Mercury. 

Date:  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza  complicated  with  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Eleanor  B.  Belcher  (wife),  Gloucester,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Florida. 
BELL,  ALEXANDER  BROWN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Jessie  Bell  (mother),  821  Irving  Street,  Portland,  Oreg. 

Appointed  from  Oregon. 

BELL,  EDWARD  EVERETT,  Jr.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  (Supply  Corps),  United 
States  Navy. 

Died  :  At  home  (address  below). 

Date:  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (Spanish  influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Leonia  Royer  Bell  (mother),  490  Broad  Avenue,  Leonia, 
N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BELLAK,  JOSEPH  FAUSSETT,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  At  home. 

Date:  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Blanche  Agnes  Bellak  (mother),  2102  O  Street  NW.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  -C. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
BENNETT,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  boatswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Navy  Yard,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  February  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Kate  Bennett  (mother),  12  Holland  Road,  Worcester,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
BENNETT,  WILLIAM,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Ticonderoga  (torpedoed). 

Date:  September  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Rachael  Bennett,  384  Lovell  Street,  East  Boston,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
BEBABD,  EMILE  CRESSY,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Alphonsine  Berard  (wife),  12  Tenth  Street,  West  New  York, 
N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


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BERGEN,  Louis  JOSEPH,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  Hospital,  Ravena,  Italy. 

Date:  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (aeroplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Helen  Jane  Bergen  (mother),  20  Austin  Street,  Kew  Gardens, 
Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BIQELMAN,  HARRY  CLIFFORD,  ensign,  United  States  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  Hampton  Roads,  Va. 

Date:  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin :  Bertie  Louis  Bigelman  (wife),  Acorn  Point,  Hampton,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Florida. 
BJORNSTAD,  BERNARD,  lieutenant  (Supply  Corps),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Red  Cross  Military  Hospital  No.  8,  Paris,  France. 

Date :  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  J.  O.  Bjornstad  (father),  Brule,  Wis. 

Appointed  from  Wisconsin. 

BLACKSTONE,  HERBERT  WILLIAM,  gunner,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  3)    (R). 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C. 

Date:  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pnuemonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Herbert  A.  Blackstone  (father),  The  Weirs,  N.  H. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BLAKELY,  FRANK  DURHAM,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  home  (address  below). 

Date:  March  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Polly  Blakely   (wife),  600  West  One  hundred  and  seventy- 
eighth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
BOH  AN,  JOSEPH  FRANCIS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  Marseille,  France. 

Date:  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next   of   kin:    Agnes   Teresa   Bohan    (mother),   410   Gaston    Street,    Sa- 
vannah, Ga. 

Appointed  from  Georgia. 
BOLAND,  JOHN  JAMES,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  U.  S.  A.  T.  C.  Ticonderoga  (torpedoed). 

Date :  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Madeline  Boland   (wife),  471  Jackson  Avenue, 
Bronx,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BOLIN,  HARRY  DOUGLAS,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Depew,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Louise  Elnora  Bolin   (wife),  824  Beecher  Street,  Indianap- 
olis, Ind. 

Appointed  from  Indiana. 


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BOLLES,  RICHARD  BENATJLPH,  assistant  paymaster,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Santa  Rosa,  Calif. 

Date:  February  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (carcinoma  of  liver). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Bessie  Bolles    (wife),   1419  East   First   Street,   Long 
Beach,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
BONNER,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  the  U.  S.  S.  Tjikenbang. 

Date:  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  George  F.  Bonner   (father),  395  Talbot  Avenue,  Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  —      — . 
BOORSE,  ARTHUR  LEE,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  5). 

Died :  At  Brest,  France. 

Date:  August  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Evelyn   Glass  Boorse    (wife),   2030  Quinlan   Avenue, 
Birmingham,  Ala. 

Appointed  from  Wisconsin. 

BORRELL,   LEONARD  PASCAL,   gunner    (E),   United   States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  2). 

Died:  Navy  Annex  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date  :  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  L.  P.  Borrell    (mother),  44  Oliver  Street,  Bloomfleld, 
N.  J. ;  Mrs.  Mable  H.  Borrell  (wife),  10  Carroll  Street,  East  Orange,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
BOSTROM,  CARL  AUGUSTUS,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va. 

Date:  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Christine  Bostrom   (mother),  531  Seventh  Street  NB., 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
BOURNIQUE,  JOY  CURTIS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Pensacola,  Fla. 

Date:  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Eugene  A.  Bournique    (father),  701  First  National  Bank 
Building,  Chicago,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 

BOWER,    THOMAS    TAYLOR,    lieutenant,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  1). 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date :  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Helen  Sarah  Bower  (wife),  Indianhead,  Md. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

BOWES,  HENRY  J.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  On  board  submarine  chaser  No.  209. 


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BOWES,  HENRY  J. — Continued. 

Date :  August  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (sunk). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Evaline  H.  Bowes  (wife),  Wellwood  Avenue,  Merchant- 
ville,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
BOWMAN,  CHARLES  GRIMES,  commodore  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Milwaukee  Hospital,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Date:  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (carcinoma  of  stomach). 

Next  of  kin :  Josephine  McF.  Bowman  (wife),  Delphi,  Ind. 

Appointed  from  Indiana. 
BOWMAN,  JOHN  CLINTON,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  (Medical  Corps),  Reserve 

Force    (class  4). 
•    Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date:   October  2,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  H.  N.  Bowman  (half  brother),  Canton,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
BREARLEY,  SPENCER  C.,  carpenter  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  N.  Y. 

Date:   May  8,   1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (nephritis,  chronic,  parenchymatous). 

Next  of  kin:   Anna  E.   Brearley    (wife),  72  Sylvan   Street,   Rutherford, 
Bergen   County,    N.    J. 

Appointed   from   Pennsylvania. 
BREED,  FRANCIS  RANDALL,  ensign,  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  At  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Date:    October  15,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Julia  B.  French  (sister),  Brighton,  N.  Y.    R.  F.  D.  1. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BRICKHOUSE,  WILLIAM  HENRY,  ensign  (Supply  Corps),  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va. 

Date:   October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho,  influenza). 

Next  of  kin:   Ida  E.   Brickhouse    (wife),   418   West  Thirty-fifth    Street, 
Norfolk,  Va. 

Appointed    from    Virginia. 
BRINKHAM,  ROBERT  CHARLES,  lieutenant,  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date:   October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho,  influenza). 

Next   of  kin:   Fred   A.    Brinkman    (brother),   240   Grand    Street,   Jersey 
City,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BROOKS,  JONOTHAN,  paymaster,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:    Redlands,   Calif. 

Date:    July   12,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  Elizabeth  Brooks  (wife),  Redlands,  Calif. 

Appointed    from    Massachusetts. 


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BBOWN,  HENKY  CABTWBIGHT,  ensign,  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Buena  Ventura  (torpedoed). 

Date :   September  16, 1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin :  John  C.  Brown  (father),  937  Bergen  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BBOWN,  HUGH,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass. 

Date :  September  26, 1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:    Estelle  Johnson  Brown  (wife),  care  of  Indiana  Trust  Co., 
Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Appointed  from  Indiana. 

BBUNS,  CHRISTOPHEB  LESLIE,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)   (retired),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  St.  Elizabeths  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date :   September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (dementia  paralytica). 

Next  of  kin:    Carmelite  Constant  Bruns    (wife),  2647  Broadway,  New 
York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BUFFUM,  WILLIAM  HENBY,  lieutenant,  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:    United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Liverpool,  England. 

Date :  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Edith  Campbell  Buffum  (wife),  37  George  Street,  Providence, 
R.  I. 

Appointed  from  Rhode  Island. 
BTJBLING,  JOSEPH  EDGAB,  pay  clerk,  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  15, 1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia  lobar  following  influenza). 

Next  of  kin:   Elsie  M.  Burling  (wife),  693  Quincy  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BUBNS,  JOHN  LEWIS,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H. 

Date :  August  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (wound,  gunshot,  skull). 

Next  of  kin :  Michael  N.  Burns  (father),  Birchardsville,  Pa.,  R.  F.  D. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
BUBROUGHS,  ALONZO  CEONIEB,  chief  carpenter  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date :  April  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (cardiac  dilation,  acute). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Ida  V.  Burroughs  (wife),  223  Thirty-third  Street,  Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
BUBTON,  WALTEE  GAEL,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Fabiola  Hospital,  Oakland,  Calif. 

Date :  June  15,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (result  of  injuries  received  in  collision  between  auto  and 
electric  train). 

Next  of  kin:  Georgia  Edith  Burton   (wife),  519  Virginia  Street,  Vallejo, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 


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BUTTEEWORTH,  WILLIAM  H.,  ensign,  NNV. 
Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass. 
Date :  August  7, 1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (meningitis,  cerebrospinal). 
Next  of  kin:  C.  N.  Emerson  (best  friend),  176  Ley  den  Street,  East  Boston, 

Mass. 
Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

CAIN,  JOHN  J.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  (when  reported  missing). 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Ellen  Purcell,  (sister),  Fairview,  Colo. 

Appointed  from  Colorado. 

CALDWELL,  RALPH  DILLINGHAM,  ensign,  United   States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 
(class  3). 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Westover  (torpedoed). 

Date:  July  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Lena  S.  Caldwell  (mother),  20  Runnels  Street,  Woodfords,  Me. 

Appointed  from  Maine. 

CALHOUN,  CHARLES  RAYMOND,  lieutenant  commander  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force  (class  3). 

Died :  At  base  hospital,  No.  101,  France. 

Date:  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Lucy  Brewer  Calhoun   (wife),  1412  East  Columbia  Avenue, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
CANNING,  AUSTIN  PETER,  lieutenant  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5. 

Date:  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Catherine  Theresa  Canning  (wife),  34  Fourth  Place,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
CARPENTER,  HOWARD  C.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Date:  May  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (spinal  meningitis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  and  Mr.  John  W.  Carpenter  (parents),  Wheeling,  W.  Va. 
(Hotel  Windsor). 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
CARRIGER,  HARRY  JOHN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  Mare  Island,  Calif. 

Date :  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mollie  Elizabeth  Carriger  (mother),  Minaid,  Tex. 

Appointed  from  Texas. 
CARROLL,  MICHAEL  JAMES,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  Reserve  Force  (Medical 

Corps)   (class  4). 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Newport,  R.  I. 

Date :  September  29,  1918. 


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CARROLL,  MICHAEL  JAMES — Continued. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  W.  Carroll  (sister),  Maine  Street,  Lenox,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
CASKEY,   GARDNER  LENNON,   commander,   United   States   Navy. 

Died :  Garison  Hospital,  Berehaven,  Ireland. 

Date :  November  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:  Henrietta  H.  Caskey   (wife),  Orangeburg,  S.  C. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 
CATCHPOLE,  HARRY  G.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Near  Five  Fathom  Lightship,  Cape  May,  N.  J. 

Date :  September  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Anna  Mary  Catchpole  (mother),  1674  Amherst  Street, 
Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
GATE,  LAWRENCE  HILL,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  5). 

Died :  At  Naval  Station,  Pensacola,  Fla. 

Date :  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Frederick  Gate   (mother),  Weymouth.  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
CHASE,  VOLNEY  O.,  captain,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date :  June  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (syncope  at  angina  pectoris). 

Next  of  kin:  Susan  B.  Chase  (wife),  1856  Mintwood  Place  NW.,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Louisiana. 
CHENEY,  RICHARD  H.,  chief  gunner  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  May  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (arterial  sclerosis,  general). 

Next  of  kin:  Alice  Cheney  (mother),  59  Chestnut  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
CHILDS,  EARL  W.  F.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  While  serving  with  British  Navy. 

Date:  (About)  March  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (drowned). 

Next  of  kin:  Margaret  F.  Childs  (mother),  125  West  Market  Street,  Lewis- 
town,  Pa.;  Gertrude  Boucher  Childs  (wife),  1144  Eighty-fourth  Street, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

CHISHOLM,  GEORGE  ALEXANDER,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Died :  On  IT.  S.  S.  Los  Angeles. 

Date :  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Lillian  Chisholm  (sister),  25  Highland  Avenue,  Newtonville. 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 


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CHRISTIANSEN,  RUSHMER  C.,  lieutenant,  Medical  Corps,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Mare  Island,  Calif. 

Date :  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Ruth  L.  Christiansen   (wife),  1646  Walnut  Street,  Berkeley, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
CLARK,  ROBERT  F.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Brest,  France. 

Date:  August  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Robert  J.  Clark  (father),  94  Village  Street,  Dedham,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
CLARKE,  CHARLES  F.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass. 

Date :  August  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (nephritis,  chronic,  parenchymatous). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  E:  Clarke  (wife),  Calais,  Me. 

Appointed  from  Maine. 
CLEMENTS,  JAMES  RENVILLE,  ensign,  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died:  At  Red  Cross  Military  Hospital,  No.  1,  France  (Paris). 

Date :  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin  :  William  L.  Clements  ( father ),  Industrial  Works,  Bay  City,  Mich. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 
CLEPHANE,  ALAN  O.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  At  home  (address  below). 

Date:  January  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pleurisy). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Alan  O.  Clephane   (wife).  1869  Mintwood  Place  NW., 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  District  of  Columbia. 
COMLY,  SAMUEL  P.,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Woodbury,  N.  J. 

Date :  April  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (carcinoma  of  stomach). 

Next  of  kin :  Hannah  L.  Comly  (wife),  237  Poplar  Avenue,  Woodbury,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
CONRADI,  JOHN  P.,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  March  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  J.  P.  Conradi  (wife),  88  Clinton  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
COOK,  NORMAN  SMALL,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  At  Base  19,  Lerient,  France.     (Commanding  Douglas.) 

Date :  August  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (myocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Jennie  W.  Cook  (wife),  Provincetown,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 


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COOKE,  ROBEKT  P.,  assistant  paymaster,  Reserve  Force  (class  2). 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date :  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (myelitis,  disseminated). 

Next  of  kin:  Emma  Cooke  (mother),  4  Cumberland  Apartment,  Johnson 
City,  Tenn. 

Appointed  from  Tennessee. 
COBTRIGHT,  WM.  ABEAM,  jr.,  ensign,  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  Base  Hospital  No.  4,  Queenstown,  Ireland. 

Date :  October  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  W.  A.  Cortright  (father),  Warren  Street,  Beverly,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

COTJRTENAY,  GORDON  TREVOR,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)  (Medical  Corps),  Reserve 
Force   (class  4). 

Died:  Willard  Park  Hospital,  New  York. 

Date:   September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Margery  Courtenay  (wife),  4027  Ibis  Street,  San  Diego,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
Cox,  LESLIE  HUTCHINSON,  ensign  (Supply  Corps),  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:   October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Annie  Hutchinson  Cox  (mother),  Bordentown,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
CBAILIE,  CHARLES  CABANNE,  ensign,,  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died:  At  Naval  Base,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  May  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (aeroplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Lillian  P.  Kroeble  (mother),  3115  Greenwood  Road,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Rhode  Island. 
CRANK,  ROBERT  KYLE,  captain,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  January  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (hemorrhage  into  cerebrum). 

Next  of  kin:  James  M.  Crank  (brother),  58  West  Fifty-eighth  Street,  New 
York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Texas. 
CBAWLEY,  WILLIAM  WILSON,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:   North  River. 

Date:  June  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (drowned  while  bathing). 

Next  of  kin:  Belle  G.  Vickers  (mother),  R.  F.  D.  1,  Ardmore,  Tenn. 

Appointed  from  Tennessee. 
CBESAP,  JAMES  MCDOWELL,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Annapolis,  Md. 

Date :  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Claiborne  F.  Cresap  (wife),  98  College  Avenue,  Annapolis,  Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 


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CRIMMINS,  JOSEPH  ALOYSIUS,  machinist  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Laurel  Avenue,  River  Edge,  N.  J. 

Date:  July  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary). 

Next   of   kin:    Mary   Roberta   Crimmins    (wife),    Laurel   Avenue,    River 
Edge,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
CROSSCTJP,  WOLDEMAN  E.,  ensign,  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  At  Moutchic,  Lacanau,  France. 

Date :  July  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Louis  E.  Crosscup  (father),  167  Warren  Avenue,  Wollaston, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
CEUSE,  JOHN  ROGER,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo. 

Date :  November  4, 1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis,  abdominal). 

Next  of  kin:  Mabel  Esther  Cruse  (wife),  1313  Kentucky  Avenue,  Sedalia, 
Mo. 

Appointed  from  Missouri. 

CUNNINGHAM,  BERTRAM  LEO,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)  Reserve  Force  (Medical 
Corps). 

Died :  At  home. 

Date :  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  B.  L.  Cunningham  (wife),  562  West  One  hundred  and  sixty- 
fourth  Street,  New  York. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
CURRIE,  ORMAN  A.,  machinist  (retired)  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Mare  Island,  Calif. 

Date:  March  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (fracture  of  left  femur). 

Next  of  kin:  Matilda  Guinivan   (sister),  23  Lovett  Street,  Beverly,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
CUTLER,  STUART  SLOANE,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next   of  kin:   Mary    Juliana   Cutler    (wife),   1048   Fifty-seventh   Street, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

DAVEY,  HARRY  ELLSWORTH,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)    (Medical  Corps),  United 
States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Keene,  N.  H.,  67  Summer  Street. 

Date :  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin  :  No  record. 

Appointed  from  New  Hampshire. 
DAVIDSON,  DELOZIER,  ensign,  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  Moutchic  Lacaaau,  France. 

Date:  August  14,  1918. 
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DAVIDSON,  DELOZIEB — Continued. 
Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next   of   kin:  Marie   A.    Davidson    (mother),   657   Broad    Street,    Eliza- 
beth, N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

DAVIS,  HARBY  MATTHEWS,  carpenter,  United  States  Navy. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  (when  reported  missing). 
Date :  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident. 
Next  of  kin:  Dora  E.  Davis  (wife),  202  South  Catalina  Avenue,  Redondo 

Beach,  Calif. 
No  record. 

DEAKIN,  ROBERT  EDGAR,  ensign,  Reserve  Force. 
Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch. 
Date :  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (Herman  Frasch  collided  with  U.  S.  G.  G.  Henry). 
Next  of  kin:  Josephine  Deakin    (mother),  244  President   Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

DEAKIN s,  AUBREY  POOLE,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Died :  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Date :  October  25,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Ida  Linda  Deakins  (mother),  312  Sixty-eighth  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

DE  COURCY,  JOHN,  chief  pay  clerk,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 
Died :  Mare  Island,  Calif. 
Date:  August  14,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (dysentery). 
Next  of  kin  :  Christina  De  Courcy  (mother),  39  South  Fifth  Avenue,  Mount 

Vernon,  N.  Y. 
Appointed  from  New  York. 

DELEHANTY,  DANIEL,  captain  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 
Died :  Pelham  Bay  Park,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Date:  February  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (nephritis,  chronic,  interstitial). 
Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Fanny  M.  W.  Delehanty  (wife),  236  Cliff  Avenue,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
DELEHANTY,   MICHAEL  JOSEPH,   ensign,   United    States   Naval   Reserve   Force 

(class  5). 

Died:  Pensacola,  Fla. 
Date :  March  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Ellen  Delehanty  (mother),  66  Bowdoin  Street,  Boston,  Mass. 
Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

DOANE,  HAROLD  PARKER,  ensign  (inactive),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Died :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Date :  March  2,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident  (drowning). 

Next  of  kin:  Myrtle  B.  Doane  (wife),  Harwichport,  Mass. 
Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 


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DOHERTY,  WILLIAM  HENRY,  pay  inspector,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Sherman  Apartments,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  July  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (cirrhosis  of  liver,  atrophic). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Florence  E.  Doherty  (wife),  Hotel  Margaret,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
DEAFER,  THOMAS  W.  M.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  Naval  Air  Station,  Pensacola,  Fla. 

Date :  March  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Anna  M.  Draper  (wife),  Brighton,  Montgomery  County, 
Md. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

DUKE,  LEO  E.,  ensign,  Supply  Corps,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class 
4). 

Died :  At  home,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Lydia  P.  Duke  (wife),  5440  Walnut  Street,  Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
DUNN,  HENRY  ALBERT,  medical  inspector,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date:  December  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (myocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  H.  A.  Dunn  (wife),  2536  Fourteenth  Street,  Washington, 
D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Colorado. 

DURGIN,    TRUEWORTHY    DAVID,    ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111. 

Date:  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Anna  Durgin  (mother),  1615  Washington  Street, 
Racine,  Wis. 

Appointed  from  Wisconsin. 

DYKEMAN,   JOHN    JOSEPH,   lieutenant    (junior   grade),    United    States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Residence,  685  Eighth  Street,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Date :  July  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (endocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Miss  Catherine  Dykeman    (sister),  685  Eighth  Street,  San 
Francisco,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN  DAVIS,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 
Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Shaw. 
Date:  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (multiple  injuries,  extreme,  collision). 
Next  of  kin :  Mrs.,  Mae  Marshall  Edwards  (wife),  Young's  Cottage,  Buckroe 
.    Beach,  Va. 
Appointed  from  Virginia. 


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EDWARDS,   JOSEPH   FRANCIS,   lieutenant    (junior  grade),   United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Waldorf  Hotel,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  13,  1^18. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Marie  Edwards  (wife),  2119  Locust  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Delaware. 
EGAN,  KIERNAN  JOSEPH,  chief  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  St.  Elizabeths  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:  August  10,  1918., 

Cause:  Disease  (dementia  paralytica). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Gertrude  Egan  (wife),  Raleigh  Hotel,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
EHRET,  SAMUEL  CARLTON,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  Naval  Base  No.  5,  Brest,  France. 

Date :  May  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin :  Samuel  C.  Ehret,  sr.  (father),  R.  F.  D.,  Shelby,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 

ELLIOT,  RICHARD  McC.,  Jr.,  lieutenant  commander  (temporary),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Manley. 

Date :  March  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (fracture  of  skull,  explosion  on  U.  S.  S.  Manley). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Jean  Elliot   (wife),  care  of  J.  H.  Packard,  981  Park 
Avenue,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

ELY,   GEORGE  SAMUEL  BERNARD,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Volunteer. 

Date :  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (heart  failure). 

Next    of   kin:  David    William    George   Ely    (son),    2320    Myrtle    Street, 
Oakland,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
EMORY,  WILLIAM  H.,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Newport  Hospital,  Newport,  R.  I. 

Date :  July  15,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (cerebral  apoplexy). 

Next    of   kin:  Mrs.    W.    H.    Emory    (wife),    1150   Connecticut   Avenue, 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  3177,  District  of  Columbia. 
ENDEL,  SOLOMON,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Mercy. 

Date :  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  bronchial). 

Next  of  kin:  Fannie  M.  Endel  (wife),  808  Eighth  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  7123,  Louisiana. 
ERIKSSON,  ERIK  ALBIN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  3). 

Died  Marine  Hospital,  Stapleton,  Staten  Island. 

Date :  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Christine  Eriksson    (wife),  Cornwall-on-Hudson,  N.  Y.,  or, 
care  of  Dr.  Pack,  901  Fifty-seventh  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 


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EVANS,  CHAPLIN  E.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  home  of  S.  H.  Hr.milton,  510  Park  Place,  Bridgeport,  Conn, 

Date:  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Louis  G.  Evans  (mother),  322  South  St.  Asaph  Stree', 
Alexandria,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
EVANS,  GEORGE  B.,  Jr.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  5). 

Died:  Miami,  Fla. 

Date :  May  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.   Luck  M.   Evans   (mother),   223  Thirty-fourth   Street, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
FALLON,  HARRY  ALOYSIUS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  home,  770  St.  Nicholas  Avenue,  New  York. 

Date :  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.  Annie  F.  Fallen   (mother)    770  St.  Nicholas  Avenue, 
New  York. 

Appointed  from  New  Yor1- 

FAKMER,  EDWARD,  chief  engineer,  with  rank  of  i-ear  admiral  (retired),  United 
States  Navy. 

Died :  274  Newbury  Stroet,  Boston,  Mass. 

Date:  February  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (liemiplegia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Edward  Fariuei    iwife),  274  Newbury  Street,  Boston, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

FEELY,  JAMES  FRANCIS,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  Medical  Corps  (dental  sur- 
geon), United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  Naval  hospital    Nmvport,  R.  I. 

Date :  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Marguerite  Feely   (wife),  3802  Pcwelton  Avenue,  West 
Philadelphia  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
FELTON,  EMORY  GALE,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y. 

Date ;  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Serena  Felton  (wife),  134  Park  Place,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

FINGLETON,  Louis  J.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing.. 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:   Miss  Mary   J.   Fingleton    (sister),   Dennett   Street,   Ports- 
mouth, N.  H. 

Appointed  from  New  Hampshire. 


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FJSHER,  JOHN  LEE,  lieutenant  (temporary),  Medical  Corps,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass. 

Date:  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  B.  Fisher  (mother),  2501  Jefferson  Street,  Wil- 
mington, Del. 

Appointed  from  Delaware. 
FITZGERALD,  EDWARD  MARCUS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Rockaway  Beach,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Date:  August  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (drowned,  canoe). 

Next   of   kin:    Mrs.    Henrietta   Fitzgerald    (mother),    54   Johnson    Street, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
FOBBES,  HARVEY  FRANK,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Clara  Rose  Forbes  (wife),  635  Lapear  Court,  Huron,  Mich. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 
FORD  JOHN  DONALDSON,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Baltimore,  Md. 

Date:  April  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (arterial  sclerosis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Laura  Ford  (wife),  2319  Maryland  Avenue,  Baltimore, 
Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 

Foss,  FRANK  FOSTER,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (class  4). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Nopatin. 

Date:  August  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (scalds  from  boiler  explosion). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Tressa  V.  Foss  (wife),  189  Cass  Street,  Providence,  R.  I. 

Appointed  from  Rhode  Island. 
FOUST,  WILLIAM  CLAY,  gunner  (temporary),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  May  19th,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pleurisy,  suppurative). 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  Samuel  Foust  (father),  777  St.  Clair  Street,  Akron,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
FRANK,  MYLES  ALOYSIUS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  Base  Hospital  No.  6,  Talance,  France. 

Date:  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  Theresa  Frank  (mother),  211  East  street  Seventy-sixth 
Street,  New  York  City. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

FBOTHINGHAM,  PHILIP  BERNARD,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  5). 

Died:  St.  Inglevert,  France. 

Date:  September  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (aeroplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Angie  B.  Frothingham  (mother),  276  Brackett  Street,  Port- 
land, Me. 

Appointed  from  Maine. 


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FRY,  CHARLES,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 
Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Date:  October  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneuinonia). 

Next  of  kin:  John  Fry   (brother),  312  North  American  Building,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

GARLAND,   ALEXANDER  CHARLES,   ensign,   United   States  Naval   Reserve  Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:   Jennia  Garland    (aunt),  1101  South  Fourth  Street,  Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 
GATELY,  GRANT  GABRIEL,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Ticonderoga  when  torpedoed. 

Date :  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  M.  Gately  (mother),  care  of  Irish  &  George,  Globe 
Building,  Boston,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
GEHRIG,  EDMUND,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee. 

Date :  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (foundered). 

Next  of  kin:  Anton  J.  Gehrig  (father),  427  East  One  hundred  and  fifty- 
sixth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
GEORGE,  WALTER  W.,  carpenter  (temporary),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Attached  to  U.  S.  S.  Tallahassee. 

Date:  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  Frances  George   (wife),  612  Henry  Street,  Camden, 
N.  J.,  or  217  Senate  Street,  Camden,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
GILL,  WILLIAM  ANDREW,  rear  admiral,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  St.  Vincent's  Hospital,  Bridgeport,  Conn. 

Date:  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  Dehaas  Gill   (wife),  Connecticut  and  M  Streets,  Con- 
necticut Apartments,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

GLEASON,   JOHN  FREDERICK,  jr.,   ensign,   United   States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  4). 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  New  London,  Conn. 

Date:  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Anna  Johanna  Gleason  (wife),  Minden  City,  Mich. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 


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GLENNON,  PHILIP  THOMPSON,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 
Died:  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Solace. 
Date:  July  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (meningitis,  cerebrospinal ) . 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Janet  K.   Glennon    (wife),  918  Park  Avenue,   Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

GOLDSBOROUGH,  WoRTHiNGTON,  pay  director  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 
Died:  CamHridge,  Md. 
Date:  April  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia  and  old  age). 

Next  of  kin:  B.  W.  Goldsborough   (son),  10  High  Street,  Annapolis,  Md. 
Appointed  from  Maryland. 

GBAHAM,  IVAN  MONTKOSE,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 
Died:  Hospital,   Quebec,   Canada. 
Date:  September  21,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Lillian  S.  Graham  (wife),  2044  First  Street,  San  Diego,  Calif. 
Appointed  from  Honolulu,  Territory  of  Hawaii. 
GRAY,  WILLIAM  T.,  pay  inspector,  United  States  Navy. 
Died :   Naval  Station,  Hawaii. 
Date :  January  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (chronic  interstitial  nephritis). 
Next  of  kin:   Mr.  William  T.  Gray,  jr.  (son),  Winston-Salem,  N.  C. 
Appointed  from  North  Carolina. 

GREEN,  ELMER  JOSEPH,  machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 
Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 
Date :  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:    Mrs.  Amelia  Green  (mother),  2374  Cornelia  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

GREENE,  EDWARD  FORBES,  lieutenant  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 
Died:  At  home,  Cambridge,  Mass. 
Date:  December  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary). 

Next  of  kin:  D.  Crosby  Greene   (father),  No.  60  Shepard   Street,  Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Appointed  from  Illinois. 
GROFF,  JOHN  MERIDETH,  carpenter  (temporary),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:    Henry  B.  Groff  (father),  509  North  Poplar  Street,  Grand 

Island,  Nebr. 

Appointed  from  Nebraska. 

GROVER,  JOSEPH  MCKINNEY,  machinist,  United  States  Navy. 
Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va. 
Date :  October  18, 1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 
Next   of  kin:    Anne  Pearl   Grover    (wife),   2607   South  Twelfth   Street, 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 


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GUNN,  HARRY  C.,  chief  boatswain  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :   At  Holy  Family  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :   September  23,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (fracture  of  skull,  simple). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.  Margaret  G.  Gunn  (wife),  171  East  Thirty-first  Street, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

HAGOOD,  WALTER  BROWN,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :   October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:   Helena  Louis  Hagood  (wife),  3908  Baltimore  Avenue,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

HALSTEAD,  ROBERT  H.,  assistant  paymaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  On  the  U.  S.  S.  Westover  when  sunk. 

Date:  July  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Myrta  Jean  Halstead  (mother),  227  North  Sycamore 
Street,  Lansing,  Mich. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 

HANNON,  RAYMOND  V.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  June  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Bertha  E.  Hannon  (mother),  24  West  Oakwood  Place, 
Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
HANSEN,  ANDERS,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  In  France. 

Date :  June  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (auto). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Johanna  Hansen  (mother),  Ladagherm  Hoge,  Denmark. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 

HANSEN,    MAURICE    JOHN    W.,    ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date :  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho,  influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Anna  Hansen  (mother),  1  Skole  Alley,  Kastrup,  Denmark. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
HANSEN,  ROLF  WILLIAMS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  At  St.  Vincent's  Hospital,  Staten  Island. 

Date :  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  Marie  Hansen  (mother),  203  Lafayette  Avenue,  New  Brighton, 
Staten  Island,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


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HAEGIS,  EDWAED  G.,  ensign  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died  :  At  Jackson,  Ky. 

Date :  October  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  fever,  and  influenza). 

Next   of   kin:    H.    H.    Hargis    (father),    Hargis   Commercial    Bank    and 
Trust  Co.,  Jackson,  Ky. 

Appointed  a  midshipman  from  Kentucky,  9-7-01. 

HAETNETT,   JOHN,   assistant   paymaster,   United   States   Naval   Reserve   Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Lake  Harney. 

Date :  August  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide  (hanging). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Hartnett  (mother),  Proctor,  Vt. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
HAS  WELL,  GOVEKNEUB  KEMBLE,  commander  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Santa  Barbara,  Calif. 

Date:  March  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tabes  dorsalis). 

Next  of  kin:  Julian  B.  Haswell  (son),  Hotel  Gregson,  Santa  Barbara,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 

HATCH,  WILLIAM  DWIGHT,  lieutenant,  United     States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  2). 

Died :  At  Cardiff,  Wales. 

Date :  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Anna  Nagel  Hatch  (wife),  Vallejo,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
HAVENS,  GEOEGE  EDWAED,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  United  States  Navy  Hospital,  Hursley,  England. 

Date:  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:  Ella  Jane  Havens  (mother),  14  Evergreen  Avenue,  New  Lon- 
don, Conn. 

Appointed  from  Connecticut. 

HAYES,  RILEY  MONEOE,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  Medical  Corps,  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Comfort. 

Date :  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Martha  J.  Hayes  (mother),  Clanton,  Ala. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 
HAYNES,  ANDEEW  PACE,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111. 

Date :  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Rosa  James  Haynes  (mother),  Alexander,  Ala. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 
HEALEY,  JAMES  JOSEPH,  machinist,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Navy  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H. 

Date:  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next    of   kin:  Mr.    James    Healey    (father),    350    Broad    Street,    Valley 
Falls,  R.  I. 

Appointed  from  Rhode  Island. 


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HELMERICHS,  OTTA  A.,  boatswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  At  Ancon  Hospital,  Canal  Zone. 

Date:  January  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (Bright's). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Anita  Helmerichs  (wife),  Paraiso,  Canal  Zone. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
HEKON,  KENNETH,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Bremerton,  Wash. 

Date:  June  7,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Ellen  Heron   (mother),  care  of  Mr.  J.  D.  Heron,  800 
McAllister  Street,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
HETHERINGTON   JAMES  HENRY,  commander  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Philadelphia,   Pa. 

Date:  September  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (myocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Julian  H.  Thomson  (daughter),  Biltmore,  N.  C. 

Appointed  from  Iowa. 
HIGGINS,  EDWARD  E.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  Clinton.  Conn. 

Date :  June  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (tonsillitis,  acute  cerebral  meningitis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Higgins  (wife),  Clinton,  Conn. 

Appointed  from  Connecticut. 

HILL,  FRANK  RANDOLPH,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy,  Supply 
Corps. 

Died:  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Ozark. 

Date:  November  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  John  Hill  (father),  Marseilles,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 

HILL,  RICHARD  FRANKLIN,  assistant  surgeon,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  4). 

Died:  St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:  July  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (result  of  psychosis,  maniac  depressive). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Martha  R.  Hill  (wife),  5014  Catherine  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
HOBART,  JOHN  C.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date :  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin :  Emma  Lydia  Hobart  (wife),  868  Thirtieth  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

HOBECK,   JOHN    WILLIAMS,   lieutenant    (junior   grade),   United   States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  Richmond,  Va'.,  home  of  C.  F.  Long. 

Date:  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Sue  Hobeck  (wife),  521  Thirty-sixth  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 


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HODGE,  CLARENCE  R.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  A.  C.  Hodge    (father),  Roundbrook,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
HODSON,  MEREITT,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Mercy. 

Date :  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  William  Hodson  (father),  7113  Harvard  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 
HOEN,  WALTER  SCOTT,  medical  inspector,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Port  au  Prince,  Haiti. 

Date :  July  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (angina  pectoris). 

Next  of  kin:  Ernest  A.  Hoen   (father),  Box  243  Richmond,  Va.    Maude 
Hoen  (wife),  1126  Twenty-fifth  Street  NW.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
HOFFMAN,  CHARLES  W.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Long  Island  College  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  G.  C.  Rubini  (friend),  156  Prospect  Park,  West  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
HOFFMAN,  DAVID,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  On  the  U.  S.  S.  Tampa  when  that  vessel  was  sunk. 

Date :  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Minnie  Hoffman  (mother),  218  Bremen  Street,  East  Boston, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
HOLMES,  ARTHUR  VERNON,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Near  Island  of  Samar,  Philippine  Islands. 

Date:  November  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident,  drowning  (fell  out  of  open  boat  after  S.  S.  Dumaru  was 
struck  by  lightning). 

Next  of  kin:  Ada  Smith  Holmes  (wife),  773  Main  street,  Beaumont,  Tex. 

Appointed  from  Texas. 

HOLMES,   CHARLES   JOSEPH,    boatswain,    United    States   Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Iva  Alice  Holmes  (wife),  2405  Presburg  Street,  Balti- 
more, Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 

HOMER  JOSEPH  WARREN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 
Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  London,  England. 

Date:  November  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 


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HOMER,  JOSEPH  WARREN — Continued. 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  Joseph  W.  Homer   (father),  38  Webster  Place,  Brook- 
line,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
HOOD,  HARRY  R.,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones  when  torpedoed. 

Date:    December   6,   1917. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Belle  R.  Hood  (mother),  428  Peachtree  Street,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Appointed  from  North  Carolina. 
HOOPS,  LYMAN  B,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :    London,   England. 

Date :  June  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Thomas  Hoops,  jr.,   (father),  99  High  Street,  Middletown, 
Conn. 

Appointed   from   Connecticut. 
HOUGH,  FRANK  PENNBACHER  WHITE,  lieutenant  commander  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Huron. 

Date:   October  27,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza  and  broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Helen  M.  Hough  (wife),  Osburn  Hotel,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y. 

Appointed   from   Virginia. 
HOWELL,  JOHN  A.,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:   The  Plains,   Va. 

Date:   January  10,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  J.  V.  Bohn  (daughter),  The  Plains,  Va. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
INGRAM,  HOMER  L.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date :  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  influenza). 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Edith  Wendell  Ingram  (wife),  176  Tappan  Street,  Brook- 
line,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Indiana. 
IRWIN,  GLENDON  WARD,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Annapolis,  Md. 

Date :  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Suicide,  gunshot. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Vincintia  V.  Irwin  (wife),  198  Chesapeake  Avenue,  East- 
port,  Md. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
JACOB,  VICTOR  A.,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  navy  yard,  New  York. 

Date:  July  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (fall). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.   Frances  M.   Jacob    (wife),  465  Forty-seventh   Street, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Louisiana. 

JOHNSON,  CARL  MARTIN,  lieutenant  (Pay  Corps),  (junior  grade),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  At  Cavite,  P.  I. 

Date :  September  19,  1919. 


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JOHNSON,  CARL  MARTIN — Continued. 

Cause:  Disease  (sarcoma). 

Next  of  kin:  Charles  A.  Johnson  (father).  1078  East  Second  Street,  James- 
town, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

JOHNSON,    EVERETT    PERO,    lieutenant,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Astoria. 

Date :  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Vina  Rosalie  Johnson   (wife),  362  Fifteenth  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

JOHNSON,  ROBERT  SAMUEL,  lieutenant    (Civil  Engineer  Corps),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  At  Ottowa,  Ontario. 

Date:  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Donald  G.  Johnson  (father),  Ireton,  lown. 

Appointed  from  Iowa. 
JOHNSTON   JAMES  C.,  assistant  paymaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Reported  missing  from  President  Lincoln  when  torpedoed. 

Date :  May  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Willie  Belle  Johnston  (mother),  939  North  Fifth  Avenue, 
Knoxville,  Tenn. 

Appointed  from  Missouri. 
JORDAN,  LEWIS  SYDNEY,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Undaunted. 

Date:  March  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (fractured  skull). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Alice  M.  D.  Jordan   (wife),  1219  Twelfth  Avenue,  San 
Francisco,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  Washington. 

Cause:  Result  of  accident   (fractured  skull). 
JORDAN,  THOMAS  D.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  At  New  York. 

Date:  January  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (dilation,  acute  cardiac). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Grace  Jordan   (wife),  445  Seventy-fifth  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
KALK,  STANTON  F.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones. 

Date :  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Enemy  action  (exposure  after  torpedoing  of  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   George  S.  Kalk    (mother),  Hotel  Balfour,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Nebraska. 
KALNING,  HEINRICH,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Buena  Ventura  (torpedoed). 

Date:  Officially  declared  dead  from  September  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Carrie  Kalning  (wife),  64  East  Tremont  Avenue,  Bronx,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


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KEIKAN,  RICHARD  TUSON,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia.  Pa. 

Date:  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Henrietta  Sclmltz  Keiran   (wife),  2466  Filbert  Street, 
San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
KENDALL,  CHARLES  S.,  assistant  naval  constructor,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  navy^yard,  Portsmouth,  N.  H. 

Date :  August  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (angina  pectoris). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Mary  Kendall    (wife),   4725   Oakland   Street,   Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
KENYON,  JOHN,  chief  gunner  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif. 

Date:  November  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (aneurism). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Estelle  Kenyon   (wife),  1421  Market  Street,  Oakland, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

KING,  JAMES  LEWIN  GIBB,  lieutenant   (junior  grade),  Medical  Corps   (dental 
surgeon),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Naval  base,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  William  L.  F.  King  (brother),  Dahlia  Street,  Takoma  Park, 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  District  of  Columbia. 

KING,  NORMAN,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force,  Medical  Corps 
(class  4). 

Died:  At  naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  J.  D.  Johnson  (aunt),  1504  Columbus  Street,  Waco,  Tex. 

Appointed  from  Texas. 
KIRK,  THOMAS,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Reported  lost  when  U.  S.  S.  Lake  Moore  was  torpedoed. 

Date:  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next    of   kin:  Florence    Kirk    (wife),    279    Seventy-third    Street,    Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
KONSTOVICH,  STEPHEN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Kathleen  Konstovich    (wife),  122  West  York  Street,  Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 


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KONZE,  RAYMOND  ALBERT,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  July  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (nephritis,  acute). 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  Ernest  Konze  (father),  612  Dover  Place,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
KRIEBEL,  CLAUDE  B.,  assistant  paymaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Lake  Moore  (torpedoed). 

Date :  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Kriebel  (mother),  Mount  Vernon  Street,  Lans- 
dale,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
LALLY,  WILLIAM  MCDEVITT,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  At  Lane  Hospital,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Date :  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Michael  E.  Lally  (father),  1034  Rebecca  Avenue,  Wilkinsburg, 
Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
LANCASHIRE,  AMMI  WRIGHT,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next   of  kin:  Mr.   Henry   J.   Lancashire    (father),   7   East   Seventy-fifth 
Street,  New  York,  City,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

LAWSON,  MILTON  C.,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  March  9,  1918,  at  Naval  Hospital,  New  York. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Bertha  C.  Lawson  (mother),  1214  Third  Avenue,  San 
Francisco,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 

LAWSON,  ROBERT  J.,  lieutenant   (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  February  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Bertha  C.  Lawson   (wife),  1214  Third  Avenue,   San 
Francisco,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
LAWTON,  SYLVESTER  H.,  jr,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif. 

Date :  October  26,  1917. 

Cause :  Wound,  gunshot  of  brain,  self  inflicted. 

Next  of  kin,  Mrs.  S.  H.  Lawton,  wife,  85  Boston  Avenue,  West  Bedford,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
LEE,  BENJAMIN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  At  Naval  Air  Station,  Killinghome,  England. 

Date :  October  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  J.  C.  Chase  (mother),  1357  Riverside  Avenue,  Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 


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LEFAVOK,  FKEDERICK  HKEBERT,  lieutenant  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Naval  Hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif. 

Date :  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (senility). 

Next  of  kin:  Elizabeth  Lefavor    (wife),  440  Grand  Avenue,  San  Rafael, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 

LEITCH,    JOHN    BOWMAN,    lieutenant,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Tivives. 

Date :  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Frances  Constance  Leitch  (mother),  4  St.  Nicholas  Terrace, 
New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

LENDERMAN,  WATSON  BEATTY,  lieutenant   (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  General  Hospital,  No.  30  Calais,  France. 

Date :  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  W.  B.  Lenderman  (mother),  R.  F.  D.  1,  Wilmington,  Del. 

Appointed  from  Delaware. 

LEQUIN,    MAURICE   LENTILHON,    ensign,    United    States   Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Leviathan. 

Date :  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  John  Lequin,  father,  55  Chestnut  Street,  East  Orange,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
LEWIS,  SAMUEL  L.,  ensign.  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  At  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France.. 

Date :  March  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (appendicitis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  John  W.  Lewis  (father),  300*  Middle  Street,  Portsmouth, 
Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 

LICHTENSTEIN,  HERBERT  A.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force  (class  3). 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  Solomon  K.  Lichtenstein   (father),  Hotel  Ansonia,  New 
York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 
LIGGETT,  LESLIE  ALVIN,  ensign  (E),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  806  North  Monroe  Street,  Peoria,  111. 

Date :  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.    Lydia   Almina    Liggett    (mother),   806   North   Monroe 
Street,  Peoria,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 
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LINDSTROM,  AXEL  MOOEE,  ensign,,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital  No.  5 ;  buried,  Brest,  France. 

Date:  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Karolina  Lindstrom  (mother),  Hilton,  Kans. 

Appointed  from  Kansas. 
LINGARD,  ERIC,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died:  At  United  States  Naval  Air  Station,  Chatham,  Mass. 

Date:  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin :  Miss  Olga  Lingard  (sister),  Annisqnam,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
LIZIKOS,  SOTIRIOS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Torpedoing  of  U.  S.  S.  Lake  Moore. 

Date :  April  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Helen  Lizikos   (mother),  care  James  Lizikos,  Tucson, 
Ariz. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
LOHGES,  ROBERT  JOHNSON,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died:  At  Naval  Hospital,  Pensacola. 

Date:  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Nellie   Johnson   Lohges    (mother),   26   Craig    Street, 
Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
LONG,  JOHN  A.,  chief  sailmaker  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Everett,  Mass. 

Date:    September  3,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (myocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  William  A.  Long  (father),  11  Meade  Street,  Everett,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
LOVELL,  WILLIAM,  machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  2). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  William  Rockefeller  when  torpedoed. 

Date:  May  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Gladys  R.  Lovell    (wife),   749  Union   Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.   Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

LTJNDBERG,  KURT  M.,  lieutenant   (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force   (class  2). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Culgoa. 

Date:  August  23,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis). 

Next  of  kin :  May  Lundberg  (wife),  19  La  Martins  Terrace,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
LYON,  WILLIAM  DENNISON,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died:  At  New  London,  Conn. 

Date:  May  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Gunshot  wound  in  forehead. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  William  H.  Lyon   (mother),  37  Warren  Street,  Brookl 
line,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 


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McAvoY,    WILLIAM    RICHABD,    ensign,    United    States    Naval     Reserve    Force 

(class  3). 

Died:  At  home,  2419  Van  Gourtland  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Date :  October  27,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:  Barbara  McAvoy  (wife),  2419  Van  Gourttaiul  Avenue,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  T. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

MCCARTHY   ANTHONY  PETER,  machinist  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 
Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash. 
Date :  October  15,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Margaret  McCarthy    (wife),  1125  Cogcan  Avenue,  Bremer- 
ton, Wash. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
MCCARTHY,    JUSTIN    ALOYSIUS,    lieutenant    (junior    grade)     (Medical    Corps), 

United  States  Naval  Reserve  Corps. 
Died :  Naval  Hospital,  New  London,  Conn. 
Date:  September  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 
Next  of  kin:  Dr.  Charles  A.  McCarthy   (brother),  183  Bast  Sixty-Fourth 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Appointed  from  California. 
MCCARTHY,   THOMAS   CARROLL,    ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 

(class  5). 

Died:  Pensacola,  Fla. 
Date:  September  25,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 
Next  of  kin:   Margaret  McCarthy    (mother),  1336  Fayette   Street,  North 

Side,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
MCCORMICK,  ALEXANDER  AGNEW,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  General  Hospital,  No.  30,  Calais,  France. 
Date:  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Enemy  action.     Injuries  received  while  acting  as  aerial  gunner. 
Next  of  kin:  A.  McCormick  (father),  5816  Blackstone  Avenue,  Chicago,  I1L 
Appointed  from  Illinois. 

McGiLL,  CLARENCE  MCCUTCHEON,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Galveston. 
Date :  September  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 
Next  of  kin  :  Dr.  Peter  McGill  (father),  225  Somerset  Street,  Bound  Brook, 

N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
MCGOLDRICK,  JOSEPH  FRANCES,  boatswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 

(class  3). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee. 
Date :  February  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident  (foundered). 
Next  of  kin:  Michael  Joseph  McGoldrick   (father),  107  Commerce  Street, 

Perth  Amboy,  N.  J. 

Beneficiary:  Martha  McGoldrick    (wife),  New  Brighton,   S.   I. 
Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 


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McGRATii.   <.iEoi!(;K  A.   1*.,  ensign,  United   States  Naval   Reserve   Force. 

Died :  Portsmouth,  Ya. 

Date :  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:  Helen  McGrath  (mother),  117  West  One  hundred  and  forly- 
second  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
McCouRTY,  JAMES,  machinist,  United  States' Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Lake  Moore  (torpedoed). 

Cause:  Enemy  action). 

Date:  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mary   McCourty    (mother),   Seventeenth  and   Fruit   Streets. 
Worcester,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 
McKiNNON,  THOMAS  NEIL,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  At  Dunkerque,  France. 
i        Date :  August  20,  1918. 
i        Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  McKinnon    (mother),   1104  East  Thirty-sixth   Street, 
Minneapolis,  Minn. 

Appointed  from  Minnesota. 
MCLEAN,  JAMES  THOMAS,  ensign,  United  States  Xav.il  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  St.  James  Hotel,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Ellen  McLean  (mother),  Essington,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

MCLENDON,  LAWRENCE  L.,  lieutenant   (junior  grade)    (Medical  Corps)   United 
States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Date :  October  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next    of    kin:  Emma    Combs    McLendon    (mother),    127    Catoma    Street, 
Montgomery,  Ala. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 

McMEEKiN,    JAMES    WARK,    machinist,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    force 
(class  4). 

Died :    While    on    duty    with    Northern    Bombing    Group    Naval    Aviatoin 
Forces,  Paris,  France. 

Date :  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Heleiie  McMeekin  (wife),  873  Main  Street,  Darby,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
MACNAUGHTON  LESLIE  M.,  ensign,  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  At  naval  air  station,  Hampton  Roads,  Va. 

Date:  March  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (fall  in  seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Julia  M.  MacNaughton  (mother),  Fort  Edward,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from-  New  York. 
McRiTCHiE,  DANIEL  N.,  lieutenant,  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died:  Mercy  Hospital,  Baltimore,  Md. 

Date:  April  7,  1918. 


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McRrrcHiK,  DANIEL  N. — Continued. 
Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mary  McRitchie  (wife),  Liverpool,  Nova  Scotia. 
Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

McSpiRiT,  JOSEPH  G.,  machinist,  Reserve  Force  (class  4-3). 
Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee. 
Date:  February  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident  (foundered). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  McSpirit  (wife),  178  Third  Street,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 
Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

MCWHIBK,  WAREEN  ELLSWORTH,  lieutenant,  Reserve  Force  (class  2). 
Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y. 
Date:  October  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 
Next  of  kin:  Helen  Veronica  McWhirk  (wife),  556  Seventh  Street,  Niagara 

Falls,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

MACKAY,  GEORGE,  commander  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 
Died :  At  Washington,  D.  C. 
Date:  November  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (valvular  disease,  chronic  cardiac). 
Next  of  kin:  Doretha  Smith  Mackay  (wife),  1779  Massachusetts  Avenue, 

Washington,  D.  C. 
Appointed  from  New  York. 

MACKENZIE,  ALLAN  S.,  chief  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 
Died:  At  Mare  Island,  Calif. 
Date :  July  9,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (explosion  of  ammunition  depot). 
Next   of   kin:    Mrs.   Roberta   Osborne    (daughter),   5618   Dibble   Avenue, 

Cleveland,  Ohio. 
Appointed  from  New  York. 

MACLEISH  KENNETH,  lieutenant,  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 
Died  :  Reported  missing  October  14,  1898. 
Later  reported  prisoner.    Cables  dated  February  4  to  13  report  body  found 

at  Schmore,  Belgium,  and  buried. 
Officially  dead  as  of  October  15,  1918. 
Cause:  Enemy  action. 
Next  of  kin:   Andrew  MacLeish    (father),  459  Longwood  Avenue,  Glen- 

coe,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 

MAGRUDER,  SAMUEL  S.,  lieutenant    (Supply  Corps),  United   States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force  (class  4). 

Died:  On  board  the  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga  (torpedoed). 
Date:  September  30,  1918. 
Cause :  Enemy  action. 
Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Irene  Malford  T.  Magruder  (wife),  2416  Webster  Street, 

San  Francisco,  Calif. 
Appointed  from  California. 
MAGUET,  GLENN  E.,  lieutenant    (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 
Date :  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  Accident. 


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MAGUET,  GLENN  E. — Continued. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Margaret  Maguet  (wife),  413  West  Seventeenth  Street, 
Norfolk,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
MANCHESTER,  WILLIAM  A.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  8). 

Died :  At  Emerson  Hospital,  Jamaica  Plain,  Mass. 

Date :  February  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  M.  Manchester  (wife),  33  Clinton  Avenue,  Brock- 
ton, Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
MANSFIELD,  HENRY  BURMINGHAM,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  home,  368  Hancock  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  July  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (embolism,  cerebral). 

Next  of  kin:  Harriet  S.  Mansfield    (wife),  368  Hancock  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
MARCUS,  ARNOLD,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  A-7,  July  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (explosion). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Helen  C.  Marcus  (wife),  Mill  Valley,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
MATHIEU,  JULIEN,  jr.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  4-3). 

Died :  At  Merritt  Hospital,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Date :  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Julien  Mathieu,  sr.,  (father),  555  Chotwood  Street,  Oakland, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
MATHIS,  LEON  ABBOTT,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  At  Monstown   Hospital,   Kingstown,   Ireland. 

Date :  October  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Elizabeth  Mathis  (mother),  341  North  Vermont  Avenue,  At- 
lantic City,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
MATTESON,  JOSEPH  LEONARD,  .machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Home,  Bayonne,  N.  J. 

Date:  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Lottie  M.  Matteson  (wife),  11  Sisson  Court,  Bayonne,  N.  J. 

Appointed 'from  New  Jersey. 

MAWDSLEY,  WILLIAM  CHARLES,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Buena  Ventura  when  torpedoed. 

Date :  September  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Florence  Ann  Mawdsley    (wife),  13  Airlie  Road,  Holyoke, 
Cheshire,  England. 

Appointed  from  Holyoke,  England. 


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MEHRTENS,  HUDOLPH  CHRISTIAN,  chief  boatswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Charleston,  S.  C. 

Date :  October  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (cerebral  hemorrhage). 

Next  of  kin:  J.  K.  Mehrtens  (brother),  60  Society  Street,  Charleston,  S.  O. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
MELVIN,  JOHN  T.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Alcedo  (torpedoed). 

Date:  November  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Bishop  S.  Melvin  (father),  Church  Street,  Selnia,  Ala. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 
MEYERS,  HAROLD  M.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Solace. 

Date :  September  8,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (cerebrospinal  fever). 

Next  of  kin:  Martha  Meyers  (mother),  Mill  Hall,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
MILLER,  WILLIAM,  boatswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Gibraltar. 

Date  :  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Ellen  J.  Miller   (mother),  290  Chelsea  Street,  East  Boston, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
MONTAGUE,  HAROLD  EDGAR,  machinist,  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Larkenau  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Edith  O.  Montague    (wife)j  1415  North  Thirteenth   Street, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
MONTGOMERY,  CURTIS  ELWOOD,  boatswain,  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  reported  missing. 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Jennie  Tompkins   (mother),  218  South  Third  Street,  Dan- 
ville, Ky. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
MOONEY,  THOMAS  JOHN,  ensign,  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  Army  Base  Hospital  No.  6,  Talande,  France. 

Date :  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary). 

Next  of  kin:   Arabella  Mooney    (mother),   727  Operlousas  Avenue,  New 
Orleans,  La. 

Appointed  from  Louisiana. 
MORGAN,  WANFRED  ABRAM,  machinist  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Oakland,  Calif. 

Date :  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (diabetic  coma). 

Next  of  kin:  Marion  J.  Morgan  (wife),  126  Fillmore  Street,  San  Francisco, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 


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MORRIS,  HUGH  JOSEPH,  pay  clerk,  Reserve  Force  (class 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  reported  missing. 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Anna  Morris  (mother),  2864  Kingshridge  Terrace,  New  York, 
N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
MORRIS,  JOHN  L.,  chief  machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  Lorient,  France. 

Date:  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Hannah  H.  Morris  (wife),  Lewes,  Del. 

Appointed  from  Delaware. 
MOULD,  ROY  C.,  ensign,  United  States  Navy- 
Died:  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Rochester. 

Date:  October  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  F.  W.  Mould  (brother),  17422  Cannon  Street,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
Mow  AT,  ANDREW,  assistant  paymaster,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  President  TAncoln  torpedoed. 

Date :  'May  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  J.  Mowat  (mother),  128  Broadway,  Newport,  R.  I. 

Appointed  from  Rhode  Island. 
MULVEY,  JOSEPH  M.,  ensign,  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  reported  missing. 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next   of  kin:    Minnie   T.    O'Connor    (mother),   717   Court   Street,    Ports- 
mouth, Va.  , 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
MUKPHY,  JOSEPH  GERARD,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died:  Miami,  Fla. 

Date :  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:    Mrs.  Katherine  Murphy    (mother),  Telson  Terrace,  Somer- 
ville,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
MURPHY,  THOMAS  LEO,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Hospital  at  Ravena,  Italy. 

Date:  September  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Accident  ( seaplane  at  Porto  Corsini,  Italy ) . 

Next  of  kin:  Bessie  Bent  Murphy    (wife),  605   South  Avenue,  Wilkins- 
burg,  Pa. 

Appointed   from   Pennsylvania. 
MURRAY,  EUGENE  M.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :   May  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (sarcoma). 

Next  of  kin:   Sarah  Murray  (mother),  Grays  Lane,  Haverford,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 


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NAILE,  FREDERICK  L.,  commander  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Norristown,  Pa. 

Date :  May  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (myocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:   Emma  P.  Naile  (wife),  806  De  Kalb  Street,  Norristowu,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

NALLS,  SAMUEL  WILLIS,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  §.  Chicago. 

Date :  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:    R.  O.  Nails  (father),  804  West  Forty-ninth  Street,  Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Appointed  from  California. 
NEAL,  John,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  the  U.  S.  S.  Mercy. 

Date:  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  L.  W.  Neal  (mother),  Box  125,  Louisburg,  N.  C. 

Appointed  from  North  Carolina. 

NETJBERGER,  GILBERT  MORDECAI,  lieutenant  (Medical  Corps),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  U.  S.  Naval  Hospital.  League  Island,  Pa. 

Date :  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next    of   kin:  Corrine    Stern    Neuberger    (wife),    1823    Diamond    Street, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

NEWELL,  CLARENCE  C.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (class  4-3). 

Died:  At  Naval  Base,  Rochford,  France,  attached  to  the  U.  S.  S.  Janet 
Skinner. 

Date :  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (result  of  lymphaticus). 

Next  of  kin:  William  Capers  Newell  (father),  Camp  Hill,  Ala. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 

NEWELL,   EDWARD  DOLLIVER,  lieutenant    (junior  grade),   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Died:  Reported  as  missing  from  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee,  which  foundered. 

Date :  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Esther  C.  Newell  (wife),  5525  Walnut  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
NICHOLS,  ALAN  L.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  In  Italy. 

Date :  August  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (aeroplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Clifford  L.  Nichols  (father),  903  Goodrich  Avenue,  St.  Paul, 
Minn. 

Appointed  from  Minnesota. 


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NICKKRSON.  ROLAND  CROSSY,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  He- 
serve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  United  States  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  G. 

Date :  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Henrietta  Jordan  Nickerson   (wife),  2520  Park  Avenue,  Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Appointed  from  Minnesota. 
NIGG,  FRANK  C.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Among  those  on  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  re- 
ported missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Henrietta  Nigg  (mother),  Maquoketa.  Iowa. 

Appointed  from  Iowa. 
NORMAN,  GUY,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  1). 

Died :  At  Massachusetts  General  Hospital,  Boston,  Mass. 

Date :  June  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (diabetes  mellitus). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Louisa  p.  Norman   (wife),  86  Washington  Avenue,  New- 
port, R.  I. 

Appointed  from  Rhode  Island. 

NORRIS,  NORWIN  BATTE,  lieutenant    (junior  grade),    (Medical   Corps),   United 
States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga. 

Date :  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Davis  Norris  (wife),  R.  F.  D.  5,  Memphis,  Tenn. 

Appointed  from  Tennessee. 
NORTH,  SCOTT  HOLMES,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  British  hospital  ship  Soudan. 

Date :  February  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (endocarditis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Alice  J.  North    (mother),  49  Shelter  Street,  Roches- 
ter, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 

O'CONNELL,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class 
4—3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Bridgeport. 

Date:  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Ellen  Margaret  O'Connell  (wife),  228  East  Eighth  Street, 
South  Boston,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
OFFDTT,  LEWIS,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Lake  Moor  (torpedoed). 

Date:  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next   of   kin:    Mrs.    Taletha    C.    Ofiutt    131   Twenty-second    Avenue,    San 
Francisco,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 


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O'HAKE,  REGINALD  EUGENE,  acting  pay  clerk,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Strathpeffer,  England. 

Date :  July  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (diabetes). 

Next  of  kin:  Thomas  F.  O'Hare  (brother),  Rockhill  College,  Ellicott  City, 
Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 

OLSEN,  HERBERT  ERNEST,  lieutenant   (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch. 

Date :  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (collision  with  Oeorge  O.  Henry). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Annice  C.  Olsen    (mother),  2706  Heath  Avenue,  New 
York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
OLSSON,  ANDREW,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Memorial  Hospital,  New  London,  Conn. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin  :  Mrs.  Kathryn  V.  Olsson  (wife),  35  Perry  Street,  New  London, 
Conn. 

Appointed  from  Xe\v  York. 
O'RouRKK.  SIMON  A.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  home,  110  Whipple  Street,  Fall  River,  Mass. 

Date:  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Michael  O'Rourke  (father).  110  Whipple  Street,  Fall  River. 
Mass.  * 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
OSBORNE,  WKEDEN  EDWARD,  dental  surgeon  (Medical  Corps),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Killed  in  action  while  serving  with  the  Sixth  Regiment  of  Marines. 

Date :  June  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Elizabeth  Osborne  (sister),  4427  Racine  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 

PAGE,   CARROLL   GODDARD,   assistant  paymaster,   United   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force  (class  2). 

Died :  Among  those  on  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessed  was  re- 
ported missing. 

Date  :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Emeroy  G.  Page  (mother),  Hyde  Park,  Vt. 

Appointed  from  Vermont. 
PAGE,  PHILLIPS  W.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died  :  Off  Harwich,  England. 

Date :  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (in  seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Anna  W.  Page  (mother),  1758  Q  Street  NW.,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
PALMER,  CLYDE  N.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  At  St.  Inglevert,  France. 

Date :  September  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (aeroplane). 


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PALMER,  CLYDE  N. — Continued. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Clyde  N.  Palmer   (wife),  23  Fellsmore  Road,  Maiden, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
I'AKROTT,  GEORGE  FOUNTAIN,  jr.,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Shaw. 

Date :  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (collision). 

Next  of  kin:  George  F.  Parrott  (father),  R.  F.  D.,  Kin.ston,  N.  C. 

Appointed  from  North  Carolina. 
PARSONS,  JOHN  S.,  commander,  N.  N.  V. 

Died:  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  January  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Self-inflicted  wound. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Iva  E.  Parsons  (wife),  Accomac,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
PATTERSON,  WILLIAM  S.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Huron. 

Date :  September  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (appendicitis). 

Next  of  kin:  William  Patterson   (father),  6723  Thirty-fourth  Street,  Ber- 
wyn,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 
PATTON,  THOMAS  BUSTARD,  ensign  (S.  C.)  United  State  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date:  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  incident  to  Spanish  influenza).* 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Cramp  Patton  (wife),  519  Eleanor  Street,  Phlla- 
dephia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

PEACO,  HARRY  MINELL,   lieutenant    (junior  grade),  United   States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Died :  At  Methodist  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date:    September   24,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next   of   kin:   Emma   V.   Peaco    (sister),   426   East   Sixth    Street,    Rich- 
mond,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
PEARSON,  JOHN  AUGUST,  carpenter  (temporary),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Tutuila,  Samoa. 

Date :  May  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (apoplexy). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Motu  Pearson  (wife),  Pago  Pago,  Tutuila,  Samoa. 

Appointed   from   California. 

PEASLEE,  ARNOLD  HAZEN,  ensign   (Pay  Corps),  United  States  Naval   Reserve 
Force  (class  4). 

Died:  At  Naval  Hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass. 

Date:    September   27,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza,  broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  C.  M.  Peaslee  (mother),  1182  Locust  Street,  Dubuque, 
Iowa. 

Appointed  from  Iowa. 


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PECK,  KKVINE  DEWEY,  ensign  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  U.  S.  Naval  Hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111. 

Date :  October  29,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (psychosis,  manic  depressive). 

Next  of  kin:  Calvin  H.  Peck  (brother),  1534  Kearney  Avenue,  Racine,  Wis. 

Appointed  from  Wisconsin. 
PERKINS,  LYMAN  BUBNHAM,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:   At  Hartford,  Conn. 

Date:  May  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (heart  failure). 

Next  of  kin:  Elizabeth  C.   Perkins   (wife),  38  Huntington  Street,  Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Appointed   from    Connecticut. 
PERO,  DONALD  C.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  In  seaplane  collision,  12  miles  southeast  of  Fire  Island  Lightship. 

Date :  August  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  George  F.  Pero   (father),  257  Oak  Street,  Indian  Orchard, 
Mass. 

Appointed   from   Massachusetts. 
PEKRY,  LLOYD  A.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died:  Moutchic-Lacanau,  France. 

Date:  April  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Goldie  Perry  (wife),  Oconomowoc,  Wis. 

Appointed    from    Massachusetts. 
PERRY,  THOMAS,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Southern  Pines,  N.  C. 

Date :  March  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (heart  failure). 

Nearest  living  relative :  R.  P.  McClenahan,  care  of  E.  I.  du  Pont  de  Nemours 
&  Co.,  Parlin,  N.  J. 

Appointed   from    Maryland. 

PERSON,    JOSEPH    WALTER,    pay    clerk,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  At  St.  Mary's  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  Eleanore  F.  Person  (wife),  8627  Twenty-second  Avenue,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y.  ^ 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
PERSONS,  REMUS  C.?  medical  director  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Columbus,  Ga. 

Date :  March  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (apoplexy). 

Next  of  kin  :  Susan  F.  Persons  (wife),  Columbus,  Ga. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 
PETERSON,  CARL  OLIVER,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  Naval  Station,  Pensacola,  Fla. 

Date :  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:   Roy  A.  Peterson    (brother),  517  Beach  wood  Avenue,   Car 
negie,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  New  York 


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PBTEKSON,    OHESTEH    WILLIAM,    ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  352  West  One  hundred  and  twentieth  Street,  New  York  City. 

Date :  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (Spanish  influenza,  pneumonia). 

Next   of  kin:   Mary   Anne  Peterson    (mother),  care  of  Young  Women's 
Christian  Association,  Lancaster,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
PHILLIPS,  WILLIAM  LAWRENCE,  ensign  (acting),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Navy  Hospital,  League  Island,  Pa. 

Date:  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza,  broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:   O.  W.   Phillips    (father),  216  South   Fairfax   Street,  Alex- 
andria, Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 

POOLSEN,  CABL  MAKTIN,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (inactive). 

Died :  At  his  home  236  West  Tenth  Street.  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Natural. 

Next  of  kin :  Mary  C.  Aiken  Poolsen  (wife),  3520  M£  Street,  Galveston,  Tex, 

(Never  called  to  active  duty.) 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

PORTER,  HAROLD  GREENE,  lieutenant   (junior  grade),  Medical  Corps   (class  4), 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass. 

Date :  September  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Genevieve  O.  Porter  (mother),  1751  West  Genesee  Street ,. 
Syracuse,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
POTTER,  STEPHEN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  Shot  down  by  enemy  in  North  Sea. 

Date :  April  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next    of   kin:  John    H.    Potter    (brother),    Passadena    Apartments,    De~ 
triot,  Mich. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 
Pou,  EDWIN  S.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve»Force  (class  5). 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Air  Station,  Illetudy,  France. 

Date:  October  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (aeroplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Edwin  S.  Pou  (wife),  Smithfield,  N.  C. 

Appointed  from  North  Carolina. 
POWER,  JACKSON,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  George  Washington. 

Date:  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Irene  Power    (mother),   504  West  One   hundred   and 
twelfth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


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PBATT,  JOHN  L>.,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Boston,  Mass. 

Date:  May  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  John  D.  Pratt   (wife),  398  Lafayette  Avenue,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
PREY,  Louis  E.,  carpenter,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  March  2,  1818. 

Cause:  Disease  (embolism). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Louis  E.  Prey   (wife),  Vallejo,  Calif.,  or  306  Eighth 
Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

PBOUTY,  ALBERT  BENJAMIN  RANDOLPH,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  New  York. 

Date:  November  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Albert  Henry  Prouty  (father),  North  Brookfield,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

QUEEN,   DUDLEY  W.,   assistant  surgeon,  United  States  Naval   Reserve   Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  At  Royal  Hospital,  Haubowline,  England, 

Date :  November  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (cerebrospinal  fever). 

Next  of  kin:  David  W.  Queen   (father),  care  of  Cooper  &  Coker,  George- 
town, Tex. 

Appointed  from  Texas. 
RANDOLPH,  GEORGE  FITZ,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  On  submarine  chaser  No.  209. 

Date :  August  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  R.  F.  Randolph   (father),  106  South  Rhode  Island  Avenue, 
Atlantic  City,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
RASMUSSEN,  CHESTER,  ensign   (inactive).  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  home. 

Date :  October  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis  of  the  lungs). 

Next  of  kin:  Carrie  Rasmussen    (mother),  225  Oliver   Street,   Redwood 
City,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
READ,  CURTIS  S.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  At  Dunkerque,  Paris,  France. 

Date :  February  27,  1918. 

Cause :  Accidentally  killed  as  result  of  seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  William  A  Read  (mother),  4  East  Sixty-second  Street, 
New  York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


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RKAVELY,  EDWARD,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Diod :  On  r.  S.  S.  Tampa  when  torpedoed. 

Date :  September  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  A.  E.  Little  (sister),  Benald,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 
REED,  CHARLES  E.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  o). 

Died:  While  in  a  kite  balloon  towed  by  H.  M.  S.  XprmriliH'k. 

Date :  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (drowned). 

Next    of    kin:    Annie    Delia    Reed     (wife),    718    Commonwealth    Avenue, 
Boston,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

REEVES   GEORGE  WASHINGTON,  jr.,  commander  (S.  C.)    (retired),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  At  home,  Coronado,  Calif. 

Date:  August  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis— pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Grace  G.  Reeves  (wife),  350  A  Avenue.  Corouado,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
REHBAUM,  GILBERT  H.,  assistant  paymaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  At  Jefferson  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin:  William  F.  Rehbaum   (father),  Anona,  Fla. 

Appointed  from  Florida. 
REHM,   ARTHUR  ALFRED,  lieutenant  commander,  United   States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Naval  Hospital.  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date :  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza — pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin :  Albert  F.  Rehm  (father),  633  Hanover  Street,  Meridan,  Conn. 

Appointed  from  Connecticut. 
RENO,  WALTER  E.,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey  (rammed  by  British  Rose  of  Glascow). 

Date :  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  L.  W.  Reno  (mother),  Agency  City,  Iowa. 

Appointed  from  Missouri 
REYNOLDS,  ZIBA  WELLS,  pay  director,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  naval  hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date :  April  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (carcinoma). 

Next  of  kin:  Ziba  W.  Reynolds  (wife),  the  Highlands,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 

RICHARDSON,  GEORGE  EDWARD,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navai 
Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Huron. 

Date :  October  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Jane  Tufts  Richardson    (wife),  Lancaster,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 


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RILEY,  FRANK  WILLIAM,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  Navy  air  station,  Miami,  Fla. 

Date :  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next   of   kin:    Mrs    Ellen    M.    Riley    (mother),    800    Blue    Hill    Avenue, 
Dorchester,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
ROBERTS,  ALBERT  CHARLES,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Jeffrey  Hole  Hospital,  Quebec,  Canada. 

Date :  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  C.  H.  Roberts  (mother),  1152  South  Fifty-second  Street, 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 
RODNEY,  ROBERT  B.,  paymaster  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died  :  At  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:  January  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (edema  of  the  lungs,  acute). 

Next  of  kin  :   Miss.  L.  V.  Rodney  (sister),  123  B  Street  SE.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Delaware. 

ROPER,  KENNETH   CAMMORN,  lieutenant   (junior  grade),  United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (bronchial  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Leila  C.  McKay  (aunt),  Ninth  and  Washington  Streets,  Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Appointed  from  Oregon. 
Ross,  BRUCE  W.,  machinist,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date :  December  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (burns  received  on  U.  S.  S.  Chemung). 

Next  of  kin:  Gertrude  R.  Ross  (wife),  915  North  Street,  Portsmouth,  Va. 

Appointed  from  California. 

ROTHENBURG,   DAVID  MEYER,  lieutenant    (junior  grade),   United   States   Naval 
Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  Jewish  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Rebecca  Rothenberg  (mother),  1095  Lincoln  Place,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
RUSH,  WILLIAM  H.,  surgeon,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Ardmore,  Pa. 

Date:  April  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Emma  J.  Rush  (wife),  119  Walnut  Street,  Ardmore,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
RYAN,  JOHN  PAUL  JONES,  commander  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Residence,  70  South  Allen  Street,  Albany,  N.  Y. 

Date :  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (arteriosclerosis-nephritis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Ellen  Conley  Ryan    (mother),  70  South  Allen   Street,  Al- 
bany, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
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RYDER,  WALTER  I.,  lieutenant    (junior  grade),  Medical  Corps,   United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  2). 

Died :  At  Newton,  Mass. 

Date :  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Bernadetta  M.  Ryder   (wife),  169  Treniont  Street,  Newton, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
SAMUELSON,  ELMER  A.,  machinist,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Pennsylvania. 

Date :  July  7,  1919. 

Cause :  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin:   Alexander   Samuelson    (father),  418  Willow   Street,   Terre 
Haute,  Ind. 

Appointed  from  Indiana. 
SAVILLE,  JOHN  W.,  passed  assistant  engineer  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Boston,  Mass. 

Date :  September  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (myocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Maude  Saville  Clift  (daughter),  1910  Mount  Royal  Terrace, 

Baltimore,  Md. 

SCHMIU,  KARL  ERNEST,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  (Medical  Corps,  Dental  Sur- 
geon), United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:  Carl  Ernest  Schmid   (father),  373  Josef  a  Street,  San  Jose, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
SCHONHOF,  HUGO,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class  3). 

Died  :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Dora   Schonhof    (wife),   1345   Cooksie   Street,   Balti- 
more, Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 
SCOBEY,  JOHN,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4-2). 

Died :  At  Marine  Hospital,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Date :  November  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (thrombosis  of  left  cerebral  artery  and  broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Leonore  F.  Scobey   (wife),  Forest  Knolls,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
SCOTT,  ROBERT  HARRY,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  civil  hospital,  Peekskill,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Florence  E.  Scott  (wife),  128  Reid  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
SCOTT,  THEODORE  WILLIAM,  pharmacist  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  East  Petersburg,  Pa. 

Date:  August  4,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis  of  lungs,  tubercular  meningitis). 

Next  of  kin:  Grace  Collins  Scott*  (wife),  1107  Carroll  Street,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 


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SEED,  CHARLES  ROBERT,  lieutenant  (Junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  Hasnenmn  Hospital,  Worcester,  Mass. 

Date :  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Frank  Seed  (son),  41  Beaver  Street,  Worcester,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

SELWOOD,    THOMAS    FRANK,    lieutenant,    United    States   Naval    Reserve   Force 
(class  2). 

Died :  At  St.  Vincent's  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Harriet  Selwood    (mother),  76  Tinclal.  Street,   Birmingham, 
England. 

Appointed  from  California. 
SHARKEY,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  O-5. 

Date:  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  on  board  vessel. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Sharkey  (wife),  2  Elm  Street,  Newport,  R.  I. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
SKINNER,  AARON  N.,  professor  of  mathematics  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died  :  in  Framingham,  Mass. 

Date:  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (drowning). 

Next  of  kin:  Miss  Helen  A.  Skinner  (sister),  1832  Kilbourne  Street,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
SKINNER,  ALFONSO,  machinist  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  246  West  Cedar  Street,  San  Diego,  Calif. 

Date :  November  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary). 

Next  of  kin:  Amerigo  Skinner  (father),  Cedar  Rapids,  Town. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
SKINNER,  HARRY  G.,  jr.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Chaitncey  (rammed  by  Britsh  Rose  of  Glascow). 

Date :  November  19,  1917.  „ 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Harry  G.  Skinner  (father),  Mount  Washington,  Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 
SLAMM,  CHARLES  W.,  pay  director   (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  home,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date :  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (valvular,  chronic  cardiac). 

Next  of  kin :  No  record. 

Notice  of  death  sent  by  Ada  V.  Compton,  3416  Hamilton  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
SMALL,  JOSEPH  CHANDLER,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date:  November  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next   of   kin:  Margaret   Rettew    Small    (wife),    609    South    Forty-eighth 
Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


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SMITH,  FKAXCIS  PARKS,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  Herman  Frash  when  it  collided  with  Georf/c  G.  Henry. 

Date :  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Frank  H.  Smith  (father),  Newport,  N.  H. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
SMITH,  JAMES  A.,  chief  boatswain  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  home,  2  East  Twenty-fifth  Street,  Baltimore.  Md. 

Date:  March  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (arteriosclerosis,  cerebral). 

Next  of  kin  :  Mrs.  James  A.  Smith  (wife),  2  East  Twenty-fifth  Street.  Balti- 
more, Md. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 
SMITH,  JOHN  ANDERSON  BAXTER,  rear  admiral  (retired').  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  New  Orleans,  La. 

Date :  March  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (heart). 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  E.  P.  Ramsey,  65  Grove  Street,  Jamaica,  N.  Y.  ( relation- 
ship not  stated). 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
SMITH,  JOHN  THEIRSOX  (P.  A.  engineer)    (retired).  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  home,  Livingston  Heights,  Va. 

Date:  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (chronic  myocarditis). 

Next  of  kin:  Commander  Charles  Gordon  Smith   (son),  Medical  Corps, 
United  States  Navy,  Naval  Station,  Hawaii. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
SMITH,  ROY  T.,  boatswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  T.  F.  Smith  (father),  Phoenix  City,  Ala. 

Appointed  from  Alabama. 
SMITH,  WINTHROP  FLOYD,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Bayshore,  Long  Island. 

Date:  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Jennie  Smith  (mother),  22  Radford  Lane,  Dorchester,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

SOUTHER,   ARTHUR   FULLKR,    lieutenant    (junior   grade),    United    States   Naval 
Reserve  Force   (class  5). 

Died :  At  East  Greenwich,  R.  I. 

Date:  July  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Kate  Fuller  Souther  (mother),  1840  East  Eighty-seventh 
Street,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
SPAVEN.  JOHN  STUART,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Royal  Naval  Hospital,  Haulbowline,  England. 

Date:  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  George  Spaven  (father),  P.  O.  box  93,  San  Juan,  P.  R. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 


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SPBAGUE,  WILLIAM  G.,  eiisign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Illetudy,  France. 

Date:  October  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  William  C.  Sprague,  2745  Hampden  Court,  Chicago,  111. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 

STAFFORD,  ALBERT  FRANCIS,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class 
4-3). 

Died:  On  board  the  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Tteonderoga  (torpedoed). 

Date:  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Julia  H.  Stafford  (mother),  224  Delguerra  Street,  Santa 
Barbara,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 
STALEY,  CHATFIELD  C.,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

D^te:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  John  F.  Staley  (father),  3855  California  Street,  Omaha,  Nebr. 

Appointed  from  Nebraska. 
STANDIN,  JOHN  ROBERT,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4-3). 

Died:  Auxiliary  hospital,  Lamlash,  Scotland. 

Date:  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  William  H.  Standin  (father),  Gales ville,  N.  C. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
STAPLES,  BERT  E.,  chief  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  May  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (ulcer  of  stomach). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Staples  (wife),  325  Jay  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

STEBBINS,    CARL    HOLLAND,    machinist,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  At  -St.  Vincents  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Hazel  Sipe  Stebbins  (wife),  147  Lincoln  Way,  Lisbon,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
STEEL,  BASIL  L..  ensign  (Supply  Corps),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  naval  base,  Cardiff,  Wales. 

Date :  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Margaret  Gladys  Steel    (wife),  812  North   Forty-first 
Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  "Pennsylvania. 

STEIN,    THEODORE   WILLIAMSON,   ensign,    United    States   Naval    Reserve   Force? 
(class  4). 

Died :  At  home,  312  West  Eighth  Street,  Chester,  Pa. 

Date:  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Taylor  Stein    (mother),  312  West  Eighth  .Street,. 
Chester,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 


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STEVENSON,  JOHN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  f class  4). 

Died :  On  the  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee  when  she  foundered. 

Date:  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Marguerite  Stevenson  Hall  (daughter),  194  Hull  Street, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

STEWART,   WILLIAM   CAIENS,   lieutenant,   United   States   Naval   Reserve   Force 
(class  3). 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch. 

Date:  Officially  declared  dead  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (collision  with  George  G.  Henry). 

Next   of  kin:    Mrs.   C.    Stewart    (mother),   14   Darwin   Road,    Southamp- 
ton, England. 

Appointed  from  Louisiana. 
STIRLING,  JAMES,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  On  the  U.  S.  S.  Mercury.  , 

Date:  October  19,  1918. 
1        Cause :  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next    of   kin:    Gertrude    V.    Stirling    (wife),    279    Varick    Street,    Jersey 
City,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

STODDARD,  CHARLES  BURTON,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch. 

Date :  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (collided  with  the  George  G.  Henry. 

Next  of  kin:  Ella  St.  Clair  Stoddard   (wife),  624  Carlton  Avenue,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
STURTEVANT,  ALBERT  D.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  In  combat  with  enemy  aeroplane  over  the  North  Sea. 

Date:  February  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  C.  L.  Sturtevant  (father),  210  Leroy  Place,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

SUMMERS,  BRONSON  EWING,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)    (Medical  Corps),  United 
States  Navy. 

Died:  Marine  Barracks,  Quantico,  Va. 

Date:  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Thomas  B.  Summers  (father),  Milton,  W.  Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 
TAYLOR,  ELMER  BOWDEN,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5), 

Died:  At  Calais,  France. 

Date:  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  E.  E.  Taylor  (mother),  Cedar  Grove,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
TERRES,  HUGH,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Fom;  feints  5). 

Died:  In  Italy. 

Date:  August  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (aeroplane). 


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TEBEES,  HUGH — Continued. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  O.  Terres   (mother),  35  Pembroke  Road,  Kensington, 
London. 

Appointed  from  North  Carolina. 

TETER,  HADLEY  HOWARD,  lieutenant    (junior  grade)    (Medical  Corps),  United 
States  Navy. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Tampa  when  same  was  sunk. 

Date:  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Sarah  Teter   (mother),  729  Poplar  Street,  Coshocton,  Ohio. 

Appointed  from  Utah. 
THEISS,  EMIL,  captain.  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  At  Naval  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:  September  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (myocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Katherine  S.  Theiss  (wife),  1741  O  Street  NW.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Wisconsin. 
THOMAS,  CLARENCE  C.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Vacuum  (torpedoed). 

Date:  April  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Evelyn  M.  Thomas   (wife),  196  Prince  George  Street, 
Annapolis,  Md. 

Appointed  from  California. 
THOMPSON,  DONALD  FREDERICK,  machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Celebes. 

Date:  August  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (entercolitis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Grace  Thompson   (mother),  21  Warren  Street,  Bloom- 
field,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
TIBBITTS,  RUSSELL  D.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died :  Fifteen  miles  northeast  of  Fenwick  Island  Light  Vessel. 

Date :  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Elizabeth  Tibbitts   (wife),  1407  H  Street  NW., 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  District  of  Columbia. 
TIERELL,  EUGENE  CHARLES,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  At  Naval  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France. 

Date :  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Tirrell   (mother),  18  Parker  Street,  Chelsea, 
Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
TITUS,  REUBEN  F.,  boatswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  United  States  Marine  Hospital,  Stapleton,  Staten  Island,  N.  Y. 

Date :  February  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Self-inflicted  gunshot  wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Mary  Eliza  Titus  (wife),  37  Harrison  Avenue,  Port  Rich- 
mond, Staten  Island,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


56 

TOERPE,  ARTHUR  B.,  gunner,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Portsmouth,  Va. 

Date :  December  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (drowned). 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  A.  B.  Toerpe  (wife),  Long  Beach,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 
TOWNSEND,  LAWRENCE,  Jr.,  lieutenant  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date :  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.  Lawrence  S.  Townsend   (father),  1416  Twentieth  Street, 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
TREVER,  GEORGE  ARTHUR,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (injuries  extreme,  gas  submarine). 

Next  of  kin:  Bessie  MacMillen  Trever   (wife),  4361  Valle  Vista   Street, 
San  Diego,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  Wisconsin. 
TWADDLE,  GEORGE,  acting  pay  clerk  (temporary),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  United  States  Naval  Training  Barracks,  Base  6. 

Date :  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next   of  kin:  Mrs.    Pauline  Twaddle    (wife),   411    O    Street   SW.,    Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 

Appointed  from   Virginia. 
TYNAN,  WILLIAM  VINCENT,  carpenter,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Louisville. 

Date:  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (result  of  a  fall). 

Next  of  kin:  Francis  T.  Tynan   (father),  910  Washington  Street,  Ports- 
mouth,  Va. 

Appointed  from   Virginia. 

TYSON,    CHAREES    MOGHEE,    lieutenant    (junior   grade),    United    States    Naval 
Reserve  Force  (class  5). 

Died  :  Off  Inimingham,  England. 

Date:  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (seaplane). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Betty  Tyson    (wife),  149  Bast  Thirty-seventh   Street, 
New   York,   N.    Y. 

Appointed  from  Tennessee. 

UPTON,   FREDERICK   E.,  lieutenant    (junior  grade)     (inactive;    retired),  United 
States  Navy. 

Died :  At  3516  Tenth  Street  NW.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:  November  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (heart  failure). 

Next  of  kin:    Emily   F.   Upton    (wife),   3516   Tenth    Street   NW.,    Wash- 
ington,  D.  C. 

Appointed   from    Maine. 
VAX  DERVEKK,  WARREN  ABBE,  lieutenant   (Medical  Corps),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:   October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 


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VAN  DERVEEU,  WARREN  ABBE — Continued. 

Next  of  kin:  Anna  French  Van  Derveer  (wife),  34  Garden  Street,  Mount 
Holly,   N.   J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

VAN  NEST,  THEODORE  BURNHAM,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  board  11.  S.  S.  George  Washington. 

Date:    October   15,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.   Edith  McK.   Burnhain    (mother),   16  Prospect   Street, 
East  Orange,  N.   J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 

VARNEY,  WILLIAM  H.,  captain   (Construction  Corps)    (retired),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  At  home,  710  Carey  Street,  Baltimore,  Md. 

Date:  May  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease. 

Next  of  kin:  William'  W.  Varney  (son),  710  Carey  Street,  Baltimore,  Md. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 
VENABLE,  JOSEPH  EVANS,  chief  machinist,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Naval  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Date :  April  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next   of    kin:    Lillian    H.    Venable    (wife),    197    Madison    Avenue,    New 
York,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
VINER,  JOHN  WINFIELD,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  At  Army  Base  Hospital  No.  34. 

Date :  November  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (double  lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Margaret  Viner  (wife),  52  Fifteenth  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
WALKER,  GUY  ADLE,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Bay  Shore,  Long  Island. 

Date:  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Ella  Walker  (wife),  Otego,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Ohio. 
WARD,  AARON,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  home. 

Date:  July  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (uremia). 

Next  of  kin:  Annie  Willis  Ward  (wife),  Roslyn,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
WARD,  WALTER  L.,  carpenter,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Date :  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (general  peritonitis). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Sylvania  Haskins  Ward   (mother),  1088  Broad  Street, 
Newark,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 


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WARFORD,  LEWIS  SYLVESTER,  chief  carpenter  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 
•      Died :  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Date:  May  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (diabetes  mellitus). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Rose  Warford    (wife),  1210  Benton  Street,  Alameda, 
Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 

WARNER,  DOUGLAS  HOLMES,  lieutenant  (junior  grade)   (Medical  Corps),  United 
States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash. 

Date :  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 

Next  of  kin  :  Estelle  F.  Warner  (wife),  746  Second  Street,  Bremerton,  Wash. 

Appointed  from  Oregon.    . 
WEAVER,  ROBERT  HARRISON,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date :  February  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (tuberculosis). 

Next  of  kin:  Elizabeth  Weaver  (mother),  Glen  Rock,  York  County,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
WEDDERBURN,  CHARLES  F.,  lieutenant  (junior  grade),  United  States  Navy. 

Died  :  U.  S.  S.'  Cliauncey  (rammed  by  British  Rose  of  Glascow) . 

Date :  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.   Gertrude  F.   Wedderburn    (mother),   2034   Twentieth 
Street  NW.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Maryland. 
WEED,  WALKER  TEN  EYCK,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  Cape  May,  N.  J. 

Date:   February  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident   (aeroplane  burns). 

Next  of  kin:  Mr.   Nathan   H.  Weed    (father),  21   Upper   Mount  Avenue, 

Mountclair,  N.  J. 
WELLS,  BENJAMIN  W.,  Jr.,  commander  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Washington,  D.  C. 

Date:  June  11,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (angiua-pectoris). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Julia  L.  Wells  (wife),  Westmoreland,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Appointed  from  Illinois. 

WELLS,   NICHOLAS   RTJNDLETT,  ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died:  On  board  the  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga  (torpedoed). 

Date:   September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Frank  B.  Wells  (father),  Christmas  Cove,  Me. 

Appointed  from  Maine. 
WERNER,  GEORGE,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4). 

Died :  At  Army  Base  Hospital  No.  34. 

Date:  October  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Sofia  Werner  (mother),  Orin,  Sweden. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 


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WEST,  JOHN  THOMAS,  machinist  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date:  June  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (nephritis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  M.  West  (wife),  14  Handy  Avenue,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 

WETMOEE,  ORVILLE  CHASE,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force   (class 
4-3). 

Died:  Home,  5027  Drexel  Boulevard,  Chicago,  111. 

Date:    October  10,   1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Berenice  Dorothy  Wetmore  (wife),  5027  Drexel  Boule- 
vard,   Chicago,    111. 

Appointed   from    Illinois. 
WHITE,  JOHN  MICHAEL,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4-3). 

Died :  Attached  to  U.  S.  S.  Sudlury. 

Date:    September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Margaret  White   (mother),  119  Broad  Street,  Port  Huron, 
Mich. 

Appointed   from   Michigan. 
*VHITESIDE,  LINDSAY  C.,  assistant  surgeon,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  President  Lincoln  when  torpedoed. 

Date :  May  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  Whiteside  (wife),  Lehighton,  Pa.,  R.  F.  D.  1. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
WHITELOCK,  MYRON  KNAPP,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board,  U.  S.  S.  Bridge,  at  Base  2. 

Date:  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Perry  C.  Shaffer  (mother),  47  Monroe  Avenue,  Brook- 
port,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 

WILLETT,  CHARLES  WILLIAM,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class 
4-3). 

Died :  St.  Mary's  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Date:  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Minnie  Jane  Willett  (wife),  397  Central  Avenue,  Jersey  City, 
N.  J. 

Appointed  from  New  Jersey. 
WILLEY,  CHARLES  WOLCOTT,  machinist,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died :  On  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch,  collided  with  George  O.  Henry. 

Date :  Officially  declared  dead  from  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Grace  W.  Willey  (mother),  42  Asylum  Street,  Norwich, 
Conn. 

Appointed  from  Connecticut. 
WILLIAMS,  EDWARD  ROLAND,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Force  (class  3). 

Died :  On  board  U.  S.  S.  Ophir. 

Date:  November  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (influenza). 


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WILLIAMS,  EDWARD  ROLAND — Continued. 

Next  of  kin:  Marie  Margaret  Williams    (wife),   ISO  Srhermerhnrn   Street, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
WILLIAMS,  RICHARD  BLAND,  surgeon  (Medical  Corps),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Norfolk,  Va. 

Date :  December  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Wound,  gunshot,  of  head,  self-inflicted. 

Next  of  kin  :  Katherine  H.  Williams  (wife),  Boissevane  Avenue  and  Manteo 
Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
WILLIAMS.  WILLIAM  A.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  3-4). 

Died:  On  U.  S.  S.  Cl-crelund. 

Date :  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin  :  Elizabeth  Williams  (mother),  1026  Washington  Avenue,  Wood- 
haven,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

Appointed  from  New  York. 
WILLIAMSON,  THOMAS,  chief  engineer  (retired).  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  At  Annapolis,  Md. 

Date:  March  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (heart  trouble). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Julia  P.  Williamson   (wife),  185  Prince  George  Street, 
Annapolis,  Md. 

Appointed  from  Connecticut. 
WILLIAMSON,  WILLIAM  P.,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  On  the  Orizaba. 

Date:  August  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident  (explosion). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Florence  B.  Williamson   (wife),  280  Madison  Avenue, 
New  York,  N.  Y.,  care  of  M.  R.  Beam. 

Appointed  from  Minnesota. 
WILLITS,  GEORGE  SIDNEY,  rear  admiral  (retired),  United  States  Navy. 

Died:  Woodbury,  N.  Y. 

Date :  May  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (endocarditis,  chronic). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Sylvia  B.  Willits  (wifeX,  Riverton,  N.  J. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
WINKLE,  ALBERT  G.,  lieutenant,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  2). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops,  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date :  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident. 

Next    of    kin:  Mrs.    Beatrice    Winkle    (mother),    353    Rosemont    Avenue, 
Pasadena,  Calif. 

Appointed  from  California. 

WOOD,  CHESTER  CAMERON,  lieutenant  commander  (Medical  Corps),  United  States 
Navy. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy. 

Date :  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  broncho). 

Next  of  kin:  W.  F.  Wood  (father),  Hood  Street  and  East  Seventh  Avenue, 
Tarentum,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 


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WOOD,  FEED  E.,  ensign,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (class  4-3). 

Died:  On  board  the  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoya  when  torpedoed. 

Date:  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Nancy  Wood  (mother),  Wheatland,  Okla. 

Appointed  from  Oklahoma. 

WOODAED,    GEORGE    WHEATON,    ensign,    United    States    Naval    Reserve    Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  the  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga  when  torpedoed. 

Date :  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Enemy  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Katherine  Woodard  (mother),  26  Fayette  Street,  Hills- 
dale,  Mich. 

Appointed  from  Michigan. 

WORLEY,  GEORGE  W.,  lieutenant  commander,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  3). 

Died :  On  board  the  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops  when  that  vessel  was  reported  missing. 

Date:  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Accident: 

Next  of  kin:   Mrs.   Selman   W.   Worley    (wife),  523  Penn   Avenue,   Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Appointed  from  Virginia. 

WORRALL,   BENJAMIN   WARD   J.,   lieutenant    (junior   grade)     (Medical   Corps), 
United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died:  Automobile  accident,  occurred  between  Tonawanda  and  Niagara. 

Date :  September  15,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Delia  Worrall  (mother),  1002  Linwood  Boulevard,  Kan- 
sas City,  Mo. 

Appointed  from  Missouri. 
WORSHAM,  WILLIAM  L.,  ensign,  United  States  Navy. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date:  March  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (pneumonia,  lobar). 

Next  of  kin:  Ada  Mae  Worsham  (mother),  Luenberg,  Mass. 

Appointed  from  Massachusetts. 

YEILDING,  ARTHUR  T.,  assistant  surgeon,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 
(class  4). 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash. 

Date :  July  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Disease  (meningitis,  cerebral). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Yeilding  (mother),  Temple,  Okla. 

Appointed  from  Oregon. 

YOUNG,  ROY  ARTHUR,  lieutenant   (junior  grade)    (M.  C.  D.  S.),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Died  :  Claremont,  N.  H. 

Date :  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (lobar  pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Hattle  L.  Young   (mother),  83  West  Pleasant  Street, 
Claremont,  N.  H. 

Appointed  from  New  Hampshire. 


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ZECKWEB,    JAMAHD    RICHARD,    ensign,    United    Slates    Naval     Reserve     Force- 
(class  4). 

Died :  At  home,  2127  Pine  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Date:  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease  (broncho-pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Agnes  McDonogh  Zeckwer    (wife),  2127  Pine  Street, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Appointed  from  Pennsylvania. 
ZENOB,   JOHN   ALEXANDER  LOGAN,   lieutenant    (T.),   United    States   Navy, 

Died:  At  naval  hospital,  Canaco,  P.  I. 

Date:  December  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Accident  (fracture,  compound,  frontal  left  parietal). 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Leslie  McW.  Zenor  (wife),  Manila,  P.  I. 

Appointed  from  Colorado. 

ENLISTED  MEN. 

ABBATE,  NICHOLAS  GUSEPPE,  chief  commissary  steward,  United   States  Nava* 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Bay  shore,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  injuries  received  from  a  fall. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Betty  Abbate,  541  East  One  hundred  and  forty-seventh- 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
ABBOTT,  GARDNER  CADES,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Willetta  Abbott,  40  Westbourne  Road,  Newton  Center^ 

Mass. 
ABBOTT,  JOHN  VALENTINE,  oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Boston,  Mass.,  October  21,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  April  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  W.  Abbott,  39  Pearl  Terrace,  Cambridge,  Mass. 
ABEL,  HOMER  EARL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Bessie  M.  Abel,  1729  West  Market  Street,  Steubenville^ 

Ohio. 
ABEL,  JOHN,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  January  26,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  America,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Drowned  when  vessel  was  sunk,  October  15, 1918. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Stephen  Abel,  1735  Halsted  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
ABEL,  LUTHER  VELVIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  March  17,  1917. 

Died:  St.  Marys  Hospital,  Hoboken,  N.  J.,  December  5,  1917. 

Cause :  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alfred  L.  Abel,  Keene,  Tex. 


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AIJEKNATHY,  RALPH  ALviN,  blacksmith,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  B.  Abernathy,  Libertyville,  Mo. 
ABRAHAMSON,   ALBERT   SINIUS,  electrician,   second   class    (G.),   United   States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Sacarius  Abrahamson,  17  Raymond  Street,  Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

ABRAHAMSON,  VICTOR  CLARENCE,  machinists,  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Training  Station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Abrabamson,  R.  R.  1,  Warren,  Minn. 
ABTS,  JOHN  PAUL,  machinist's  mate,  second  class  (A.),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  W.  Abts,  Columbus,  Nebr. 
ACAC,  ROGACIANO  B.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Olongapo,  P.  I.,  July  3,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lucena  Baisas,  Paete,  Laguna,  P.  I. 
ACEEON,  TOMAS,  mess  attendant,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Olongapo,  P.  I.,  February  29,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Iowa,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kind :  Wife,  Mrs.  Tomas  Aceron,  Olongapo,  P.  I. 
ACHATZ,  JOHN,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  27,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Siboney,  September  24, 1918. 

Cause:  Acute  gastroenteritis. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Rose  Achatz,  2651  Iserninger  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
ACHILLES,  Louis  H.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch,  October  4, 1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Louis  H.  Achilles,  212  Manor  Road,  West  New  Brighton. 

Staten  Island,  N.  Y. 

ACKERLY,  HARRY  RAYMOND,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Navel  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Whitestone,  N.  Y.,  May  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Training  Camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Lillian  S.  Ackerly,  Prospect  Street,  Huntington,  Long 
Island,  N.  Y. 


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ACKEKLY,  WILLIAM  NELSON,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Sayville,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died:  At  home,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Henrietta  E.  Ackerly,  Patchogue,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 
ACKERSON,  ROLAND  HENRY,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kind :  Father,  Isaac  H.  Ackerson,  303  South  Vernon  Street.  Prince- 
ton, 111. 
ACOSTA,  CIRILO,  native  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Olongapo,  P.  I.,  June  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pompey,  May  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Accidentally  killed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Juaquin  Acosta,  Moron  Bataan,  P.  I. 
ADAIR,  WILLIAM  FREDERICK,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy.      / 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  December  17,  1917. 

Died :  Mountainside  Hospital,  Montclair,  N.  J.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Adair,  3509  Lexington  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
ADAMS,  EDWARD  MORTIMER,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  March  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Marion  F.  Adams,  23  South  Thirteenth  Street,  Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

ADAMS,   EVERETT  OTTO,  landsman   for  electrician    (R.),   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  March  12,  1918. 

Died :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  Adams,  Alma  Center,  Wis. 
ADAMS,  FRANK  AUGUSTA,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Madison,  Wis.,  November  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  January  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Adams,  box  34,  Cottage  Grove,  Wis. 
ADAMS,  FRED  BLAINE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Maude  M.  Adams,  R.  R.  7,  Allegan,  Mich. 
ADAMS,  JOE  Louis,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Isaac  N.  Adams,  Center,  Tex. 


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ADAMS,  JOHN  COOKE,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  29,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Sun/lower,  July  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lucy  Adams,  308  Stonewall  Place,  Memphis,  Tenn. 
ADAMS,  LISLE  HOWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  November  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  L.  Adams,  R.  R.  3,  Belleville,  111. 
ADAMS,  ROBERT  YOUNG,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  South  Queensferry,  Scotland,  November  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Bessie  Adams,  294  Courtland  Street,  Atlanta,  Ga. 
ADAMS.  ROY  PARKER,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  H.  Adams,  Pequea,  Pa. 
ADAMS,  VIRGIL  STARR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Gordon  F.  Adams,  Danielsville,  Ga. 
ADAMS,  WARD  LESLIE,  chief  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  1,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Celebes,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  burns  and  suffocation. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  D.  Adams,  306  Mishawaka  Avenue,  Mishawaka, 

Ind. 
ADAMS,  WILLIAM  COLEMAN,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  25,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Viola  M.  Adams,  5  Gouldville  Terrace,  Roxbury,  Mass. 
ADDISON,  JOHN  EUGENE,  coppersmith,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  11,  1918. 

Died:  No.  3  Hospital,  Leith,  Scotland,  October  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mattie  B.  Addison,  538  Washington  Boulevard,  Kansas 

City,  Mo. 
ADDOR,  FELIX  EUGENE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Leviatlian,  March  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Shot  by  a  shipmate. 

Next  of  kin :  Elise  Addor,  Keyser,  N.  C. 
ADLER,  CHARLES  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  August  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Adler,  IS  South  Fourth  Street,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

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ADLER,  HERMAN  JOSEPH,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  13,  1918. 

Died :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Estell  Adler,  2006  Ninteenth  Avenue  North,  Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

ADOLF,   ORLO  BERTRUM,   landsman   for  electrician    (R.),   United    States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  January  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Adolf,  Bowmanville,  N.  Y. 
AHART,  JOSEPH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  March  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Parihoine,  Wausaw,  Wis. 

AHLFELD,   JOHN  HENRY,   seaman,   second  class,  United   States   Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  April  23,  1918. 

Died:  While  at  home,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza  and  bronchial  pneumonia. 

Next   of   kin:  Father,   Carl  Ahlfelcl,   35   West   Twenty-fifth    Street,    Bay- 

onne,  N.  J. 

AHNEMAN,  THEODORE  JOHN,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  18,  1918. 

Died :  At  his  home,  November  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bessie  F.  Ahneman,  2713  Kiugsbridge  Terrace,  Kings- 
bridge,  N.  Y. 
-AHRENS,  ALBERT  GEORGE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Oshkosh,  Wis.,  July  23,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  John  Ahrens,  627  Eighth  Street,  Oshkosh,  Wis. 
AIKEN,  THOMAS  HERMON,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Te^:.,  May  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  G.  Aiken,  Cross  Plains,  Tex. 
ALA,  GARCIERNO,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cavite,  P.  I.,  September  9,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  8,  1917. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Juan  Ala,  Malabon,  P.  I. 
ALBERT,  HARRY  SIDNEY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  March  9,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Houston,  September  19,  1917. 
.      Cause :  Valvular  disease,  chronic  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John   J.   Albert,   1614  Cleveland  Avenue,   New  Or- 
leans, La. 


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ALBERTSON,  NELSON,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.,  April  19,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  11,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mildred  Albertson,  44  Smith  Street,  Poughkeepsie, 

N.  Y. 
ALBRIGHT,  WILLIAM  HARRY,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  June  17,  1918. 
Died :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  October  27,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza  and  pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Cora  L.  Albright,  285  Sanchez  Street,  San  Francisco, 

Calif. 

ALCONGA,  ESTEBAN,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Cavite,  P.  I.,  January  26,  1912  (extended  enlistment). 
Died:  Naval  hospital  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  6,  1918. 
Cause :   Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Leon  Alconga,  San  Dinosio,  Iloilo  Province,  P.  I. 
ALDERSON,  CHARLES,  ship  fitter,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 
Enlisted:  Charleston,  S.  C.,  July  3,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Baskin  Alderson,  11  Beaufain  Street,  Charleston,  S.  0. 
ALDRICH,  HAROLD  ARCHIE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Burlington,  Vt,  August  6,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  20,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Susie  E.  George,  Vershire,  Vt. 
ALESHIRE,  JAMES  ISAAC,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.f  April  17,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  March  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  E.  Aleshire,  3173  Cedar  Avenue,  Baltimore, 

Md. 
/-ALEXANDER,  JIM,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops,  May  19,  1917. 
Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Marie  Alexandria,  Calolymnos,  Td.,  Turkey. 
ALEXANDER,  JOHN  RALPH,  Jr.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  April  27,  1917. 
Died :  Sub  patrol  No.  510,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  April  10,  1918. 
Cause:  Fell  overboard  and  was  drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  R.  Alexander,  2615  Broad  Avenue,  Altoona,  Pa^ 
ALEXANDER,  JUNIUS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  3,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  4,  1918. 
Cause :  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Olive  Alexander,  R.  R.  3,  Henderson,  Ky. 


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ALEXANDER,  ROBERT  Moss,  mess  attendant,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  March  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Plummer  J.  Alexander,  Goodes  Ferry,  Va. 

:SON,  ARTHUR  ERICK,  carpenter's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  22,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Alexson,  6709  South  Green  Street,  Chicago,  III. 
ALFORD,  CARL  HERBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Birmingham,  Ala.,  July  30,  191S. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Walton  Alford,  Grand  Ridge,  Fla. 

ALFORD,   OWEN   JUDSON,  yeoman,  second  class,  United   States  Navy    (general 
court-martial  prisoner). 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Son,  Linder  Alford,  Hartwell,  Ga. 
ALICKE,  RUDOLPH,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  22,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoya,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Hammon  Alicke,  Gibhard,  Hamburg,  Germany. 
ALLAIN,  GEORGE  DEWEY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Elizabeth  H.  Allain,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Friday  Harbor,  San 

Juan  County,  Wash. 

ALLAN,  FRANK  MARSHALL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  May  7,  1918. 

Died :  Gallops  Island,  Mass.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ada  Q.  Allan,  West  Lubec,  Me. 
ALLAN,  ISAAC  EDMUND,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  March  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ada  Allan,  R.  F.  D.  1,  West  Lubec,  Me. 
ALLANDER,  CHARLES,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  14,  1917. 

Died :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Aneurism  (aorta). 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Hulda  Allander,   1822   South  Twenty-fourth   Street, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 


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,  ALFRED  FRANCIS,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  18,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  P.  M.  Alleman,  2022  Twenty-fourth  Avenue,  Gulf- 
port,  Miss. 
ALLEN,  ALBERT  JULIAN,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Bedford,  Mass.,  April  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  R.  Allen,  South  Westport,  Mass. 
ALLEN,  EARL  WILLIAM,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died :  Submarine  base,  New  London,  Conn.,  January  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Jane  Grounds,  Crockett,  Tex. 

ALLEN,  EDWARD  N.,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Leroy  Allen,  25  West  Twenty-ninth  Street,  Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
ALLEN,  FRANK  LANSING,  pharmacist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  April  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Va,,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia.. 

Next  of  kin :  \Vife,  Lillian  P.  Allen,  805  Remington  Avenue,  Fort  Collins, 

Colo. 
ALLEN,  FREDERICK,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  4,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  April  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Rylander,  G606  South  Wood  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
ALLEN,  HARVY  NICHOLAS,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  September  28,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  W.  Allen,  Lattimore,  N.  C. 
ALLEN,  LEONARD  ST.  GLAIR,  chief  carpenter's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  December  19,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull,  complicated  by  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Jean  M.  Allen,  2718  Myrtle  Street,  Oakland,  Calif. 
ALLEN,  MORRIS  EDWARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  31,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Naval  Base,  Va.,  November  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lavinia  Allen,  774  Cottage  Place,  Johnstown,  Pa. 
ALLEN,  ODES  GRAY,  landsman  for  baker,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Allen,  Forrest  City,  Ark. 


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ALLEN,   THOMAS   CLARKE,   yeoman,   third   class,    United    States  'Naval    Itoserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  21,  11)18. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  John  R.  Allen,  Rutledge,  Pa. 
ALLEN,  THOMAS  JEFF,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Meridian,  Miss.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  12,  1918. 

Cause :  Meningitis,  cercbrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  Allen,  R.  F.  D.  2,  De  Kalb,  Miss. 
ALLEN,  RICHARD  ALEXANDER,  Oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  January  21,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  March  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  C.  M.  Allen,  171  Jefferson  Street,  Dallas,  Tex. 
ALLEN,  WILLARD  FRANK,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  January  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mrs.  Julia  E.  Allen,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Port  Huron,  Mich. 
ALLERTON,  WILLIAM  ARNOLD,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Austin  Allerton,  125  Blackhawk  Street.;  Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
ALLEY,  BRUCE  ROBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  March  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  4,  1917. 

Cause:  Endocarditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  F.  Alley,  615  Holston  Avenue,  Bristol,  Tenn. 
ALLISON, -FLOYD  ELWOOD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died :  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  E.  Allison,  Center  Village,  N.  Y. 
ALLISON,  WILFRED  DAVID,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  June  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  O.  E.  Allison,  Meridian,  Idaho. 

:ED,  GEORGE  HENRY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  June  21,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918.  , 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  C.  Allred,  Randleman,  N.  C. 
ALM,  EDWING  ALFRED,  chief  carpenter's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa,,  June  15,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Las  Animas,  Colo.,  April  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Cora  S.  Aim,  2612  South  Sixteenth  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 


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^ALSCHBACH,  JOHN  GEOBGE,  Jr.,  Coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:   Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  25,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Alschbach,  Kearsarge,  Mich. 
ALSTERLTJND,  REINHOLD  EMIL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  April  24,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  C.  J.  Alsterlund,  6953  Martin  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
ALTMAN,  IRBY  ANDERSON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  November  15,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  3,  1917. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lulu  Altman,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Hemingway,  S.  C. 
ALTMAN,  JEBTHA  LEWIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Henrietta  Y.  Altman,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Wauchula,  Fla. 
AMEY,  MERL  BELLINGER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  November  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Amey,  Star  Lake,  N.  Y. 
AMMIDOWN,  STANLEY  CHENEY,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Des  Moiries,  Iowa,  August  7,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Anna  J.  Ammidown,  Sioux  Rapids,  Iowa. 
AMOS,  ELSTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States.  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  February  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  June  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Fibroma. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  S.  Amos,  Glower,  Mo. 

ANCTIL,  HOMER  JOSEPH,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  January  16,  1918. 

Died:  Fall  River,  Mass.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Anctil,  136  Barnes  Street,  Fall  River,  Mass. 
ANDAMA,  SALVADOR,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cavite,  P.  L,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Modesto  Andama,  20  Aguinaldo  Street,  Capiz,  P.  I. 
ANDERSEN,  EARL  EDWARD,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  July  30,  1918. 

Died:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  November  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Obstruction,  acute  intestinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Andersen,  7116  Chabot  Road,  Oakland,  Cailf. 


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DERSEN,  HENRY  P.,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  April  24,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jens  P.  Andersen,  Belding,  Mich. 

ANDERSEN,  LOUIE  CHRISTIAN,  plumber  and  fitter,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dorothy  Andersen,  R.  3,  box  120,  Hopkins,  Minn. 
ANDERSON,  ADOLPH  OSCAR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Scranton,  Pa.,  January  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  A.  Anderson,  103  Hawley  Street,  Binghamton, 

N.Y. 

ANDERSON,  ALBERT  ROBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  July  27,  1917. 

Died:  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  June  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  W.  Anderson,  Colusa,  Calif. 
ANDERSON,  ANDREW  JOSEPH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Gulfport,  Miss.,  October  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mattie  C.  Anderson,  Gloster,  Miss. 
ANDERSON,  BARNEY  VERNER,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  London*  Conn.,  July  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  20, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Ferdinand  Anderson,  59  Summer  Street,  Meriden, 

Conn. 
ANDERSON,  CARL  ALBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Xeague  Island,  Pa.,  May  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abel  Anderson,  Walnut  Grove,  Minn. 
ANDERSON,  CARL  EINAR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Carl  H.  Anderson,  R.  3,  Scranton,  Kans. 
ANDEESON,  CHESTER  ARTHUE,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  27,  1918.  • 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Anderson,  103  North  Second  Street,  Marshall- 
town,  Iowa. 


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ANDERSON,  DAVID  FREDERICK,   landsman  for   machinist's  mate,   United   States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Catherine  Anderson,  855  North  Hamlin  Avenue,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 
ANDERSON,  EARL,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Westgate,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Pearl  Anderson,  2231  Albee  Street,  Eureka,  Calif. 
ANDERSON,  EDWIN  CHARLES  HENRY,  apprentice  seaman,  United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  Anderson,  2154  West  Superior  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
ANDERSON,  ERNEST  CHARLES,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  2,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Covington,  July  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Hamm,  54  Winthrop  Street,  Lynn,  Mass. 
ANDERSON,  ERNEST  SIEGFRED,  landsman  for  quartermaster   (A.),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ada  Anderson,  Fennville,  Mich. 

ANDERSON,   FREDERICK   WILLIAM,   seaman,   second  class,  United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Lillian  Swanson,  Woodstock,  111. 
ANDERSON,  GEORGE  CHARLES,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  5,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Saranac,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  overboard. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  George  Anderson,  North  Avenue,  R.  F.  D,  13,  Strat- 
ford, Conn. 
ANDERSON,  HARRY  LEONARD,  oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Rockford,  111.,  July  17,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  foundered. 

Next  of  kin :  Charles  Anderson,  719  Davis  Street,  Rockford,  111. 
ANDERSON,  HARRY  Louis,  cabin  steward,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Newport,  R.  I.,  August  21, 1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Rosa  L.  Anderson,  83  West  Springfield  Street,  Boston, 
Mass. 


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ANDERSON,  HENRY  CLAY,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  April  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Sister,  Mrs.  W.  W.  Stokes,  Livingston,  Tex. 
ANDERSON,  HENRY  LINCOLN,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Maumee,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  overboard. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Oscar  Anderson,  1499  Flatbush  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
ANDERSON,  JEREMIAH,  printer,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Johanna  Anderson,  15719  Turlington  Avenue,  Har- 
vey, 111. 
ANDERSON,  JOHN,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Anderson,  Hoople,  N.  Dak. 
ANDERSON,  JOHN  WESLEY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  January  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1918. 

Cause :  Luckamin,  acute  lymphatic. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  B.  Anderson,  308  South  Eleventh  Street,  Salina, 

Kans.  , 

ANDERSON,  JULIUS  AMANDUS,  chief  quartermaster.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  April  21,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pocahontas,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Amy  I.  Anderson,  524  Edward  Street,  Portsmouth,  Va. 
ANDERSON,  KURTIS  ALVAR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Wilma  Anderson,  332  Blemhuber  Avenue,  Marquette, 

Mich. 
ANDERSON,  LEE  MANLY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  May  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  30,  1917. 

Cause:   Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Abbie  Anderson,  Southern  Hotel,  Llano,  Tex. 
ANDERSON,  LESLIE  HILMER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Amanda  Anderson,  16  Prince  Street,  Meridian,  Conn. 
ANDERSON,  NOBLE  LAWRENCE,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  April  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ellen  Nelson,  R.  No.  5,  box  79,  Antigo,  Wis. 


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ANDERSON,  OSCAR  NELSE,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  21,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Charles  A.  Anderson,  Elkhorn,  Wis. 
ANDERSON,  OTTO,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  January  3,  1918. 

Died :  New  York  Medical  School,  February  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Lottie  Anderson,  806  East  West  Moreland  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
ANDERSON,  RUFUS  KYLE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Milan  Anderson,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Bonham,  Tex. 
ANDERSON,  VICTOR  CLARENCE,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  January  14,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Carl  Anderson,  1113  Massasoit  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
ANDERSON,  WALFRED  ALLEN,  electrician,  third  class,   (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Whiddy  Island,  Ireland,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  Kin :  Father,  Aug.  Anderson,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Verona,  Mo. 
ANDERSON,  WALLACE  COOPER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  15,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  gasoline  explosion. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  P.  Anderson,  Cedarville,  Ohio. 
ANDERSON,  WALTER  LEONARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Louisville,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :   Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Anderson,  179  Hoyt  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
ANDES,  WILMER  CHARLES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  17,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Northern  Pacific,  August  8,  1918. 

Cause :    Lost   overboard. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Lida  Jane  Andes,  El  Dorado  Springs,  Mo. 
ANDREW,  ALFRED,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  September  12,  1918. 

Cause:    Accidental   drowning. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  William  H.  Andrew,  101  Sixteenth  Avenue,  Baltic,  Mich. 
ANDREWS,  ALEXANDER  CARL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Key  West,  Fla.,  June  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:    Pneumonia  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Andrews,  Victoria  De  las  Tunas,  Cuba. 


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ANDREWS,  CHABLES  ALOYSIUS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111..  September  29,  1918. 

Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Andrews,  115  South  Elm  Avenue,  Jackson,  Mich. 
ANDREWS,  FRANK  JACKSON,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause :    Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  J.  Andrews,  Neosho  Rapids,  Kans. 
ANDREWS,  JOSEPH  LEO,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Rosa  <? .  Andrews,  403  Nicholson  Street,  Richmond,  Va. 
ANDREWS,  RICHARD  DWIGHT,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  September  24,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:   Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Andrews,  Lombard,  111. 
ANDREWS,  WILLIAM  GALEN,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  June  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Grace  H.  Andrews,  203  Townsend  Street,  Roxbury,  Mass. 
ANDRUS,   To  WELL  LA   GRANGE,   landsman  for   machinist's   mate    (A.),   United 
States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mildred  A.  Andrus,  Rixford,  Pa. 

ANGAROLA,  MICHAEL  Louis,  quartermaster,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died:  Auxiliary  Reserve  School,  Chicago,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

«       Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Angarola,  4932  Winthrop  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
ANGELICCHICO,  JOHN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  27,  191 T 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  January  15.  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Tony  Angelicchico,  Thornwood,  N.  Y. 
ANGELL,  CARL  HEATH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  January  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Perley  Angell,  Templeton,  Mass. 
ANGELL,  LESTER  TAYLOR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Henry  L.  Angell,  box  89,  Douglaston,  Long  Island, 
N.  Y. 


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ANGLE,  HENRY,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  December  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Hattie  Angle,  353  Spring  Street,  Newport,  R.  I. 
ANGLE,  JAMES  LUTHER,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  May  14,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Albert,  March  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Brain  abscess. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Angle,  Westminster,  S.  C. 
xANGLOvic,  JOHN  MARTIN,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  April  12,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Steve  Anglovic,  401  Sixth  Street,  Rock  Springs,  Wyo. 
ANNABLE,  DWIGHT  HERBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Irving  Annable,  R.  F.  D.  No.  1,  Laporte,  Ind. 
ANNIS,  FRANK  MERIEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  18,  1917. 

Died :  Dayton,  Ohio,  October  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Injuries  received  in  aeroplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Ima  M.  Annis,  172  Church  Street,  Saratoga  Springs, 

N.  Y. 
ANSELL,  LINWOOD  GUY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  August  8,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Laura  V.  Ansell,  Forty-eighth  Street  and  Pawhatan 

Avenue,  Norfolk,  Va. 
ANSHUS,  OLE  JOHN,  landsman  musician,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Christine  Anshus,  320  Railroad  Avenue,  Menominee, 

WTis. 
ANSLEY,  DONALD  DUNCAN,  chief  storekeeper,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Tampa,  Fla.,  March  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Training  Camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  J.  Ansley,  Lakeland,  Fla. 
^ANTHONY,  STANLEY  THOMAS,  electrician,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  April  4, 1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Florence  Johnson,  Bedford,  Mass. 
ANTRIM,  HARRY  REECE,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Bucna  Ventura,  September  16, 1918. 

Cause:  Killed  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harry  Antrim,  Cutler  Avenue,  Maple  Shade,  N.  J. 


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AKYOK,  JOBS  FRANCIS,  apprentice  nrainin.  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Providence,  R.  L,  July  26,  191& 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L,  September  23, 1918, 


t  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Anyon,  28  Tweed  Street,  Pawtncket,  R.  L 
APCAJK,  JASOX  S..  shipwright,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.  April  17, 19ia 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pefluun  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  9, 1918. 

:ct  of  kin:  Mother,  Laura  H.  Apgar,  Lebanon,  N.  J. 

APPEL,  ED  w  A«D,  fireman,  third  dass,  Hutted  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y..  May  17.  191& 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L.  September  25, 191& 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Anna  Appei,  202  Theodore  Street,  Long  Island  City. 

N.  Y. 

APPELTKAD,  AKTHTK  RUDOLPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  August  6,  -1918, 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  I1L,  September  19,  191SL 

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t  of  kin:  Father,  Henry  Appeltrad,  LeonardviUe,  Kans. 
APPLEBT.  JOSEPH  MOBGAS,  seaman,  second  dass,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Columbia,  &  CL,  November  90,  1917. 
*/ied:  U.  S.  S.  Jferrjr,  October  3,  19ia 


Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Maude  Appiehy,  St.  Gevrge,  > 

APPLEWHITE,  WETMAX  MIULAKD,  fireman,  second  dass,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Little  Rock,  Art,  December  15,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va^  January  2L  191& 
Broncho  pneumonia. 


Next  of  km:  Mother,  Mis.  W.  H.  Mettram,  Shangotoa,  La. 
AXCHEE,  HABOLD  RETO,  yeoman,  third  dass,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Foi 
Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn^  June  10,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Ta^  September  90, 191R 


Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nancy  J.  Archer,  R.  F.  D.  8T  Parkersborg,  W.  Ya. 
ABCHTBTAL,   HEXKT   ALEXA^MOB,   seaman,  second   dass,   United    States   Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich^  May  15,  191& 
Died:  Naval  air  station,  Eastieigh,  England.  October  8, 191& 
1  J..:  '^.^«- :    blfl  :-:-•:.;.. 
Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Norma  Arcbinal,  1001  Celestial  Street,  Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
-AKEHAXT,  Louis  ELMER,  machinist's  mate,  second  dass,  United  States  Navy. 

*ted:  Johnstown,  Pa~,  June  4,  1917. 
Died:  Navy  collier  Cfdopt,  June  14,  191& 
Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

:t  of  kin :  Father,  Russell  B.  Arehart,  Decker  Avenue,  Johnstown,  Pa. 
AKMBKISTER.  MASOX  McPHEaaow,  •»«»"«n>  second  dass,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Ya»,  July  13,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Yirginia,  October  9, 1918. 
Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  A.  J.  Armbrister,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Wytheville,  Va. 


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ARMIGER,  GEOIMJK  .IONKS,  seaman,  United  States  Xavy. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Mel.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next   of    kin:   Brother,    Walter    Armigvr,    '2(Y2'2    M;irylaiid    Avenue,    Balti- 
more, Md. 
ARMITAGE,  ADELBEUT  ELMEK,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Xavy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Greg.,  August  3,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  battle  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Josephine  Armitage,  Montrose,  Colo. 

ARMOLD,   RUSSELL  HEADLEY,   seaman,   second   class,   United    States    Naval    Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Blue  Ridge,  October  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Frank  E.  Armold,  Pataskala,  Ohio. 

ARMSTRONG,  EDWARD  CHARLES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :   Father,  George  M.  Armstrong,  1016  Penn   Street,   Kansas 

City,  Mo. 
ARMSTRONG,  MARTIN  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  February  20,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  April  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Armstrong,  72  Fourth  Street,  Derby,  Conn. 
ARMSTRONG,  ROBERT,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montevideo,  Uruguay,  October  27,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  W.  Armstrong,  Galena,  Oreg. 
ARNETT,  JAMES  GILBERT,  quartermaster,  first  class   (A.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  February  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Bertie  M.  Arnett,  6  Hays  Building,  Fairmont,  W.  Va. 
ARNOLD,'  AKCHIE,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  January  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Grandmother,  Hattie  Smith,  Rome,  Ga. 
ARNOLD,  CLAUDE  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Allentown,  Pa.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  4,  1918f 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Harry  E.  Arnold,  702  Cattel  Street,  Easton,  Pa. 


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ABNOLD,  EDWARD  FREDERICK,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  26,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Erysipelas. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Bessie  A.  Arnold,  707  North  Eighth  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
ABNOLD,  RICHARD  ELOS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  November  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dora  Arnold,  R.  F.  D.  7,  Camden,  Tenn. 
ABNOLD,  ROBERT  EDGAR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  E.  Arnold,  4410  Dakota  Avenue,  West  Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 
ARNOLD,  Roy  VERNON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted  :•  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  J.  Arnold,  R.  4,  box  35,  Hope,  Ark. 
ARNOLD,  ROYCE  GRADY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Birmingham,  Ala.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Anna  Arnold,  R.  5,  Headland,  Ala. 
ARROWOOD,  FRANK  GREEN,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  August  16,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  when  vessel  was  sunk  in  collision. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Clara  Burgin,  1412  East  Airline  Avenue,  Gas- 

tonia,  N.  C. 
ARTHUR,  JAMES  DONALD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  James  Edward  Arthur,  4  Rosedale  Street,  Dorches- 
ter, Mass. 

ARTHUR,  ROLLAND  BETTISWORTH,  carpenter's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Camp  hospital  No.  35,  Winchester,  England,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  J.  Bettisworth,  Coffeyville,  Kans. 
ARTRIP,  GEORGE  DEWEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  July  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Artrip,  Clinchport,  Va. 


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SHBEE,  CHARLES  SPRUEILL,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  9,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  S.  Ashbee,  407  Pearl  Street,  Berkley,  Va. 
ASBILL,  ELMER-,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nannie  Asbill,  R.  F.  D.  4,  Richmond,  Ky. 
ASH,  EUGENE  ELWOOD,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  May  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Julius  W.  Ash,  Napoleon,  Ohio. 
ASH,  JOSEPH  MANSFIELD,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Camden,  N.  J.,  March  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  forces,  foreign  service,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Martha  Ash,  633  North  Twentieth  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
ASHEL,  DELBERT  MILTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  February  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  11,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edith  Penn,  1025  High  Street,  Des  Moines,  Iowa. 
ASHLEY,  GUY  HOWARD,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  September  16,  1915. 

Died:  Ivergokdon,  November  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Fell  ovefboard  from  U.  S.  S.  Shawmut  and  was  drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eva  A.  Ashley,  2598  East  Jefferson  Avenue,  Detroit, 

Mich. 
ASHLEY,  JOHN  CHARLES,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  January  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Mary  Ashley,  327  North  Avers  Avenue,  Chicago, 

111. 

ASHMAN,  WILBUR  S.,  electrician,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Benton  Harbor,  Mich.,  March  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Typhoid  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  George  H.  Ashman,  New  Troy,  Mich. 
ASHTON,  WILLIAM  BRIGHT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Rheumatic  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  E.  Y.  Ashton,  7  Halcyon  Place,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. . 
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.A.SKIN,  ANDREW  THEODORE,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  20,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  F.  Bailor,  151  Main  Street,  Steelton,  Pa. 
ASSOVSKY,  HARRY  A.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  Assovsky,  Sun  Prairie,  Wis. 
AST,  HENRY  CHARLES,  seman  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  11,  1917, 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  San  Diego,  June  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Ast,  Oregon  City,  Oreg. 
ATKINS,  DANIEL  LEWIS,  seaman  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Maud  L.  Atkins,  East  Corinth,  Me. 
ATKINSON,  LEMUEL  LEONADAS,  fireman  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  18,  1917. 

Cause :  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Robert  Atkinson,  Fairmont,  N.  C. 
ATWOOD,  AUSTIN,  seaman  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  June  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  October  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Atwood,  618  Warren  Street,  Sandusky,  Ohio. 
AUE,  LUTHER  HAMMA,  seaman  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Carl  George  Aue,  206  West  Seventh  Street,  Emporia. 

Kans. 

AUGEVINE,  NORMAN  MORRIS,  seaman  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force*. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Lily  Augevine,  41  Norwood  Street,  Meriden, 

Conn. 

AUGUSTINE,  JOSEPH  MORRIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eva  Augustine.  5714  West  Grand  Avenue.  Chicago,  111. 
AULT,  WILLIAM  JENNINGS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  M.  Ault,  Wyoming,  IU. 


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AUSBURNE,  CHAELES  LAWRENCE,  electrician  first  class  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  March  1,  1916. 

Died :  S.  S.  Antilles,  October  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned  when  vessel  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Foster  mother,  Mrs.  Jennie  B.  Singer,  2800  Louisiana  Avenue, 

New  Orleans,  La. 
AUSTIN,  CHAELES  D.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  Austin,  Dundee,  Mich. 

AUSTIN,    CLYDE   FKEMONT,   apprentice   seaman,   Nnited   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Peter  F.  Kale,  R.  F  .D.  1,  Foster  Road,  McKees- 

port,  Pa. 
AUSTIN,  JOHN  ASHCEAFT,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  July  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia  lobar. 

Next   of   kin:  Father,    Daniel    M.    Austin,   405    Kingston    Avenue,    Char- 
lotte, N.  C. 
AUTON,  LEONARD,  jr.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Johnstown,  Pa.,  May  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  4,  1917. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Leonard  Auton,  sr.,  Vintondale,  Pa. 
AVAED,  PERCY  LEO,  landsman  for  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  March  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next    of    kin:  Father,    Alfred    Avard,    80    West    Ninetieth    Street,    New 

York,  N.  Y. 
AVEBITT,  WALTER  HATHAWAY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  October  11,  1917. 

£>ied :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  January  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Susie  B.  Averitt,  Tallahassee,  Fla. 

AYCOCK,   JOSEPH   BRYAN,   fireman,   third  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  E.  Aycock,  R.  7,  Holly  Springs,  Miss. 
AYERS,  ALBERT  PELTON,  storekeeper,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  July  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Erysipelas. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Eugene  A.  Ayers,  Swanton,  Vt. 


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AYEKS,  WILLIA^  ELLIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pensacola,  Fla.,  March  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Joseph  Ayers,  Altha,  Fla. 
BABB,  WILLIAM,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  1,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Olympia,  June  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Babb,  Stoney  Creek  Mill,  Reading,  Pa. 
BABCOCK,  GEOEGE  GKANT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  lona  F.  Babcock,  Box  524,  Grand  Rapids,  Wis. 
BABIN,  SEVEKIN  PAUL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  25,  1918. 

Died:  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Vincent  V.  Babin,  Ascension  Parish,  Duplessis,  La. 
BABSON,  GEOEGE  VALENTINE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died:  Kingston  Avenue  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  E.  Babson,  87  Raymond  Avenue,  Sommerville, 

Mass. 

BABST,  EDWAED  EAEL,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Babst,  Naperville,  111. 

BACHMAN,  HENEY  HUGH,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  April  17,  1918. 

Died :  At  home,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Bachman,  403  Park  Avenue,  Perth  Amboy,  N.  J. 
BACHMAN,  JOSEPH  SIDNEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  S.  Bachman,  940  Anderson  Street,  Bristol, 

Tenn. 

BACHMANN,   HAEOLD   STANLEY,   landsman   for  yeoman,   United    States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Bachmann,  Ridgeway,  Mich. 


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BACIGALUPO,  ANTHONY  WILLIAM,  Jr.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Kate  Bacigalupo,  1129  Madison  Avenue,  Memphis, 

Tenn. 
BACON,  CLYDE  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lizzie  Bacon,  R.  F.  D.  No.  17,  Grand  Ridge,  111. 
BACON,  DANA  DEXTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  State  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Helen  L.  Bacon,  South  Dayton,  N.  Y. 
BADGER,  ELBRIDGE  LEE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  April  29,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  South.  Dakota,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  D.  Badger,  College  City,  Calif. 
BAGGETT,  Lucius  THEROLD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Diego,  Calif.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Kate  Baggett,  Carpenter,  Okla. 
BAGGETT,  SAM,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died :  Red  Cross  General  Hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  10,  1918. 

Cause,  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  Baggett,  La  Blanc,  La. 
BAGGIORE,  JOHN  DOMINIO  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Eulished :  El  Paso,  Tex.,  April  14,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mary  Baggiore,  306  East  Fillmore  Street,  Phoenix,  Aria. 
BAGLEY,  GLEN  THOMPSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force.  • 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  M.  Bagley,  Three  Lakes,  Wash. 
BAGNALL,  FRANK  LYNN,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  25,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Louisiana,  June  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin  :  Brother,  Max  Bagnall,  Brattleboro,  Vt. 


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BAILEY,  CHARLEY  WHITMOEE,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  Bailey,  561  Maryland  Avenue,  Lexington,  Ky. 
ILEY,  GEORGE  A.,  oiler,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  16,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  Bailey,  36  Washington  Street,  Newport,  R.  I. 
BAILEY,  GEORGE  EZEKIEL,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  April  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  March  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  M.  Bailey,  Lincoln,  111. 
BAILEY,  GEORGE  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy.    • 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  14,  1917. 

Died:  Methodist  Episcopal  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Bailey,  4342  Olive  Street,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
BAILEY,  GREEN  WOOD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Jackson,  Miss.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Suppurative  pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  W.  Bailey,  Steens,  Miss. 

BAILEY,  JASPER  JONES,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Rose  A.  Bailey,  Hanson,  Ky. 

BAIN,  THOMAS  TAYLOR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Obstruction,  acute  intestinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Bain,  1661  East  Condit  Street,  Decatur,  Iowa 
BAIRD,  ARTHUR  KENNEDY,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Orizaba,  August  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Lacerated  groin. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Baird,  714  East  Park  Way,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
BAIRD,  BERNARD  JOHN,  boiler  maker,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Scranton,  Pa.,  May  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pauillac,  France,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Baird,  606  Indiana  Avenue,  Winona,  Minn. 


87 

BAIED,  WILLIAM  MATHEW,  plumber  and  fitter,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  5,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Abscess  of  liver. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  Baird,  298  West  One  hundred  and  thirty- 
eighth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
BAKEE,  ALBERT  FRANCIS,  fireman  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,   May   11,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Nebraska,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Paul  V.  Baker,  2654  Bridge  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BAKEK,  ALFRED,  fireman  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Army  hospital,  Marseille,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Bronchial  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Laura  B.  Baker,  R.  R.  2,  Dwight,  111. 
BAKER,  CASSIUS  CAMERON,  seaman  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  March  31,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  7,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Cassius  Baker,  R.  8,  Martinsville,  Ind. 
BAKER,  CLAUDE  ALBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  27,  1916. 

Died:  Aviation  Naval  Headquarters,  Paris,  France,  December  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned — airplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  William  B.  Baker,  Sparrows  Point,  Md. 

BAKER,  DAVID  HERBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  February  19,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause.:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Sarah  E.  Baker,  2  Millett  Street,  Brockton,  Mass. 
BAKER,  DORSEY  MACK,  electrician  third  class  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Montgomery,  Ala.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  H.  Baker,  309  West  Church  Street,  Decatur, 

Ala. 
BAKER,  EARL  MARION,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  June  4,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hannah  E.  Baker,  Grand  River,  Iowa. 
BAKER,  ELMER  GORDON,  fireman  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died:  Base  hospital  No.  2,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next   of   kin:  Father,   Rudolfhus   Baker,   177   Lindsey   Street,   Attleboro, 
Mass. 


88 

BAKER,  GEORGE  BENNETT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebral  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ole  Baker,  Lancaster,  Minn. 
BAKER,  GORDON  SYLVESTER,  electrician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  March  2,  1916. 

Died :  Kingston  Avenue  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Raleigh,  4441  West  Monroe  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
BAKER,  HAROLD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  March  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  November  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Nora  T.  Baker,  1237  Eighty-third  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
BAKER,  HARRY  LEE,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  September  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  27,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  Willie  Sims,  1875  South  Parkway,  Memphis, 

Tenn. 

BAKER,  JESSE  EDGAR,  electrician,  third  class  (R),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  June  1,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  March  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Scarlet  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  W.  Baker,  2913  Morina   Street,  Berkeley, 

Calif. 
BAKER,  JESSE  JOHNSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  D.  Baker,  209  East  Elm  Street,  Goldsboro,  N.  C. 
BAKER,  PAUL,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Hollister,  Calif.,  August  1,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Key  West,  Fla.,  May  13,  1918.    - 

Cause:  Heart  failure. 

Next  of  kin :  None  given. 
BAKER,  ROBERT  EMANUEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Guy  Baker,  Schuylkill  Haven,  Pa. 
BAKER,  ROBERT  PATTERSON,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  30,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Helen  K.  Baker,  10  Eiffel  Place,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 
BAKER,  SAMUEL  DEAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  December  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  March  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Cammilles  G.  Baker,  Cross  Junction,  Va. 


89 

BAKEE,  WILLIAM  HENKY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  December  1,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  station,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  February  3,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  Baker,  route  No.  3,  Hamburg,  Iowa. 
BAKER,  WILLIAM  HENRY,  steerage  steward,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  19,  1914. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Port  Lyon,  Colo.,  November  20,  1917. 
Cause :  Tuberculosis. 
Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Rebecca  Baker,  505  North  Duncan  Street,  Baltimore, 

Md. 

/BAKER,  WILLIAM  PRATT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  18,  1916. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wainwright,  October  23,  1917. 
Cause:  Drowned. 
Next  of  kin :  Guardian,  William  L.  Butcher,  14  New  Chambers  Street, 

New  York,  N.  Y. 
BAKER,  WILLIAM  ROGERS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  July  8,  1918. 
Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  21,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eva  Baker,  South  Boston,  Va. 
BAKER,  WILLIAM  WARNER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  November  9,  1918. 
Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Robert  A.  Baker,  Wheatland,  Wyo. 
BAL,  ARCHIBALD,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Pearl  Harbor,  Hawaii,  June  9,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  16,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  E.  Bal,  Wailuku,  Hawaii. 
BALDERSON,  SAMUEL  LEWIS,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  6,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

' '     Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Effle  S.  Balderson,  523  Jefferson  Street,  Portsmouth,  Va. 
BALDWIN,  CHARLES  WALKER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  February  16,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  N.  A.  R.  School,  Municipal  Pier,  Chicago,  111.,  August  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Cardiac  dilatation,  acute. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  S.  Baldwin,  6805  National  Avenue,  Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
BALDWIN,   EDWIN  JAMES,  fireman,   third  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  9,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edwin  H.  Baldwin,  811  East  Street,  Fort  Atkinson, 

Wis. 


90 

BALDY,  GEORGE  HENRY,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  September  18,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  Baldy,  Spirit  Lake,  Iowa. 
BALFOUR,  ALEXANDER,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  27,  1917. 

Died :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louisa  Balfour,  233  East  Penn  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BALINGAO,  MARIANO  E.,  mess  attendant,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cavite,  P.  I.,  November  24,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Quintina  Echave,  Natividad  Pangasinan,  P.  I. 
BALLARD,  SILAS  MARTIN,  seaman  signalman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  January  3,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chatham,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Stabbed  in  heart. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Ballard,  130  The  Terrace,  Redlands,  Calif. 
BALLOU,  LESTER  HAYWARD,  chief  pharmacist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  11,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alpheus  A.  Ballou,  Upton,  Mass. 
BALTHROP,  JOHN  HARRISON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  November  23,  1916. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Gas  asphyxiation. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  France,  107  East  Depot  Street,  Knoxville,  Tenn. 
BANBURY,  HOWARD  GEORGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  August  25,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Helena,  August  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Peritonitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  J.  Banbury,  1127  Hearst's  Building,  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

BANCROFT,  GEORGE  CROES,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  July  7,  1917. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  November  7,  1917. 

Cause :  Suicide ;  gunshot  wound  in  right  temple. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Edith  Boyd,  96  Prospect  Street,  Montclair,  N.  J. 
BANGS,  EDWARD  WILSON,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  April  4,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  C-255,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Bronchial  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  Frank  L.  Bangs,  40  Sagamore  Street,  Lynn, 

Mass. 
BANKS,  CLARENCE,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Bedford,  Mass.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Charles  Banks,  278  Phillips  Avenue,  New  Bedford, 
Mass. 


91 

BANKS,  GEORGE  LAGREA,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  25,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Aleck  Banks,  47  Hanover  Street,  Charleston,  S.  C. 
BANKS,  JOHN  THOMAS,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  March  1,  1918. 

Died :  Georgetown  University  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Maggie  Banks,  1133  Seventh  Street  SE.,  Washington, 

D.  C. 

BANKS,  MARSTON  EDSON,  chief  carpenter's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Haven,  Conn.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Base  hospital,  Camp  Upton,  N.  Y.,  June  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Status  lymphaticus. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edith  M.  Banks,  306  West  Avenue,  Bridgeport,  Conn. 
BANNERMAN,  NORMAN  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  April  26,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Columbia,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Guardian,  Ethel  Pease,  Plaza  Hotel,  Chicago,  111. 
BANTZ,  FRANK  JOHN,  landsman  for  quartermaster,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  December  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  6,  1918. 

Cause.:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louisa  Bantz,  4836  North  Sawyer  Avenue,  Chicago, . 

111. 
BAPPLER,  GEORGE  LAWRENCE,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  1,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Pauillac,  France,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Julia  Bappler,  1245  Park  Avenue,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
BARBER,  ARTHUR  BROWN,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lloyd  Barber,  Otto,  N.  Y. 
BARBER,  CHARLES  MARVIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Missouri  Barber,  708  Washington  Street,  Greenville, 

N.  C. 

BARBER,  KENNETH  LYNDE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar.  . 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Nina  May  Barber,  212  East  Tenth  Street,  Topeka, 
Kans. 


92 

BAEDET,  EENEST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  23,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Desire  Bardet,  R.  D.  1,  Lexington,  Mo. 
BABFIELD,  WALTER  MAY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  March  25,  1918. 
Died:  Navy  recruiting  station,  Birmingham,  Ala.,  April  7,  1918. 
Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  W.  Barfield,  Lineville,  Ala. 
BARGIEL,  STANLEY  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  December  14,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  7,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joe  Bargiel,  Levy,  Ark. 
BARIL,  HECTOR  EAMY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  12,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Baril,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Grove  City,  Minn. 
BARKER,  WILLIAM  FORREST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  15,  1918. 
Died:  Navy  yard,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  6,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next   of  kin:  Mother,   Emma   Rollison,   519   East   High   Street,   Chester- 
town,  Md. 

BARKUS,  ABE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  20,  1918. 
Died :  Lloyd's  Sanitarium,  New  York,  October  9,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Louis  Barkus,  113  Sly  Street,  Elmira,  N.  Y. 
BARLOW,  WALTER  SCOTT,  musician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  14,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  16,  1918. 
Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Edward  Andrew  Barlow,  R.  F.  D.  5,  Lebanon,  Mo. 
BARMORE,  Don  Walton,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  10,  1916. 
Died:  S.  S.  Motano,  July  31,  1917. 
Cause :  Drowned  when  vessel  was  sunk. 
Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Pearle  Barmore,  219  West  Eighty-first  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

BARNARD,  CHARLES  OLIVER,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  5,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  6,  1918. 
Cause:   Pleurisy,   suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Wesley  J.  Barnard,  Plymouth,  N.  H. 
BARNARD,  ERROL  WILLIAM,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:    Boston,   Mass.,    February   15,    1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Narj-agansett  Bay,  R.  I.,  April  12,  1917. 
Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nettie  Barnard  Reynolds,  641  Pleasant  Street,  Brock- 
ton, Mass. 


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BARNARD,  JA\-   VINCENT,   seaman,   second  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  21,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Walter  Barnard,  Lee  Center,  N.  Y. 
BARNARD,  JESSIE  LAEKIN,  blacksmith,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:   Dallas,  Tex.,  September  4,  1915. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Aleck  F.  Barnard,  Willis,  Okla. 
BAENBKOCK,  ADOLPH,  pharmacist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chefoo,  China,  August  7,  1914. 

Died:  Receiving. ship  at  Cavite,  P.  I.,  August  31,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  M.  Barnbrock,  3502  University  Avenue,   Los 

Angeles,  Cal. 
BABNES,  JAMES  FRANKLIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  August  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  E.  Barnes,  Cleveland,  Tenn. 
BARNES,  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  April  23,  1917. 

Died:  Dunwoody  Naval  Training  School,  Minneapolis,  Minn.,   March  30, 
1918. 

Cause:  Self-inflicted  bullet  wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Mary  Barnes,  251  Poplar  Street,  Mount  Carmel,  Pa. 
BARNES,  LAURENCE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  N.  Barnes,  Kincaid,  Kans. 
BARNES,  WILLIAM  HAZELIP,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  August  9,  1918. 
'Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next   of  kin:  Father,    William   H.    Barnes,   605    South   Douglas   Avenue, 

Springfield,  111. 

BARNETT,   ALVA   BENJAMIN,   hospital   apprentice,   second  class,   United   States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Gilberta  Barnett,  Boydton,  Va. 
BARNETT,  LESTER  ACHAN,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  18,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Moutchic,  France,  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  airplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jeff  Davis  Barnett,  Mount  Pleasant,  Tenn. 


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BARNHART,  THEO  SIDLEB,  musician,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  June  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic,  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Thomas  W.  Routo,  722  East  Adams  Street,  Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
BARNICLE,  ROBERT,  Jr.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  May  Barnicle,  5963  Julian  Avenue,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
BARNS,  CHARLES  BLANCHARD,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died:  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  B.  Barns,  Amagansett,  N.  Y. 
BARNUM,  ROBERT  RAYMOND,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  April  21,  1917. 
.....  Died :  U.  S.  S.  North  Dakota,  September  13,  1917. 

Cause :  Heat  exhaustion. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  E.  J.  Barnum,  Wheatland,  Wyo. 
BARR,  WILLIAM  ARTHUR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Seattle,  Wash.,  June  26,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,   broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mathilda  Barr,  5039  Eleventh  Street  NE.,  Seattle, 
Wash. 

BARRETT,  DAVID  DEAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  H.  Barrett,  315  South  Thirty-seventh  Street, 

Omaha,  Nebr. 

BARRETT,   FORREST  HOMER,   apprentice   seaman,   United    States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jacob  H.  Barrett,  R.  F.  D.  4,  Hillsboro,  Ohio. 
BARRETT,  GEORGE  FRANCIS,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Plymouth,  Mass.,  March  26,  1917. 

Died :  Section  base,  Bar  Harbor,  Me.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  Barrett,  40  Court  Street,  Plymouth,  Mass. 
BARRETT,  HAROLD  C.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  September  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Bumkin  Island,  Mass.,  May  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Katherine  E.  Barrett,  Hingham,  Mass. 


95 

xBABBETT,  JASON  ALLEN,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  March  24,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Edith  S.  Barrett,  1321*  Octavis  Street,  San  Francisco, 

Calif. 
BAEEETT,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  November  27,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Annie  Barrett,  423  West  Munroe  Street,  Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 
BAEBETT,  THOMAS  WINCH,  landsman  for  quartermaster,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  April  5,  1917. 

Died :  Tours,  France,  June  28,  1917. 

Cause :  Result  of  injuries  received  in  airplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  D.  S.  Barrett,  Mentor,  Ohio. 

BAEEETT,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:   Aunt,   Margaret   Meehan,   145   South  Broadway,   Saratoga 

Springs,  N.  Y. 
BAEEON,  FEANK  ROBEET,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  -111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Barron,  406  Oakland  Avenue,  Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
BAEEON,  LAWBENCE  PEECY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  December  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Koningen  der  Bederlanden,  August  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Charlotte  Barron,  Bartlett,  Kans. 

/AEEOW,  GEOEGE  WEST,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Jackson,  Miss.,  April  26,  1917. 
Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ben  E.  Barrow,  Seventh  Avenue  and  Twentieth  Street, 

Columbus,  Miss. 

BABEOW,  PAUL  SIMPSON,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  3,  1918. 
Cause :    Pneumonia,    lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Hazel  A.  Barrow,  512  Main -Street,  Farmville,  Va. 
BAEEY,  CLAEENCE  FLOYD,  quartermaster,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  February  12,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  June  10,  1918. 
Cause:   Compound   fracture   of   skull. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  M.  Barry,  Grey  Eagle,  Minn. 


96 

BARRY,  EDWARD  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Haven,  Conn.,  March  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelhara  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Barry,  Barry  Avenue,  Portland,  Conn. 
BARRY,  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Providence,  R.  L,  July  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,    lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Barry,  472  Fountain  Street,  Providence,  R.  I. 
BARSSOCK,  MORRIS  ROBERT,  landsman  for  electrician  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  August  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,   broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Julius  C.  Barssock,  36-A  Bates  Street  NW.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 

BARSTOW,  FREDERICK  JACKSON,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval    Reserve   Force. 

Enlisted:  Bar  Harbor,  Me.,  April  5,  1917. 

Died :  Knox  County  General  Hospital,  Rockland,  Me.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :    Nephritis,    acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Benjamin  F.  Barstow,  Bar  Harbor,  Me. 
BARTEK,  GEORGE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  London,  Conn.,  August  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,   lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Bartek,  South  Willington,  Conn. 
BARTELT,  JOHN  FREDERICK,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wabash,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Bartelt,  2923  North  Thirteenth  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

BARTISON,  WARREN  ALONZO,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  Illv  May  7,  1918. 

Died:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Bartison,  Monticello,  111. 
BARTIZOL,  EDWARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Bartizol,  2245  South  Homan  Avenue,  Chicago, 

111. 
BABTLESON,  WILLIAM  BENEDICT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Scranton,  Pa.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mattie  Bartleson,  101  Rock  Street,  Pittston,  Pa. 


97 

BARTLETT,  GEORGE  LEROY,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  June  15,  1917. 
Died:  New  London,  Conn.,  September  8,  1918. 
Cause :  Killed  in  motor-cycle  accident. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  H.  Bartlett,  Rowley,  Mass. 
BARTLETT,  HELEN  EDITH,  yeoman,  third  class  (F.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  September  19,  1918. 
Died:  Georgetown  University  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  September  30, 

1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  following  influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  Bartlett,  417  Algona  Avenue,  Elgin,  111. 
BARTLETT,  HERBERT  ELLSWORTH,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  December  3,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pauillac,  France,  October  7,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Rose  Bartlett,  209  West- Madison  Street,  Woodstock, 

111. 
BARTON,  ARCHIE  LEROY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  April  23,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:   Father,  Isaac  M.  Barton,  1200  North  Eighth  Street,  Fort 

Smith,  Ark. 
BARTON,  RAYMOND  WELLESS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  June  19,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  4,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  W.  Barton,  Altadena,  Calif. 
BARTRAM,  WILBUR,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  4,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  October  4,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lewis  Bartram,  916  North  Fifth  Street,  Ironton,  Ohio. 

BASKIN,  ISREAL  EDWARD,  landsman  for  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S,  C.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Frances  Baskin,  81  Walnut  Street,  Chelsea,  Mass. 
BASNECK,  FRED  MICHAEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Michal  Basneck,  179  South  Colony  Street,  Meriden, 
Conn. 

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BASSETT,  FKANK  HIBAM,  Jr.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  H.  Bassett,  Sr.,  Wheeling,  Mo. 
BASSETT,  RICE,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  30,  1918. 

Died :  United  States  submarine  chaser  No.  219,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  injuries  received  in  fire  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Fanny  R.  Hunt,  33  Ingram  Street,  Forrest  Hills, 

Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

BATDORFF,  GEORGE,  carpenter's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  N.  Batdorff,  Newcambria,  Kans. 
BATES,  CECIL  ERROLL,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  A.  Bates,  Thayer,  Nebr. 
BATES,  CLARENCE,  chief  master  at  arms,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  17,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Hemorrhage  into  cerebrum. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  William-  W.  Bates,  170  State  Street,  Syracuse,  N.  Y. 
BATES,  JACOB  RUSSELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Scranton,  Pa.,  June  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  Van  Buskirk,  Mountain  Home,  Pa. 
BATES,  LEON  PERRIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Edwin  Bates,  598  Clark  Avenue,  Detroit,  Mich. 
BATES,  ORVILLE  RUSSELL,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate   (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  June  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23. 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  K.  Bates,  Herman.  Nebr. 

BATES,  WALTER  JOHN,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  'ie- 
serve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Bates,  66  South  Hollywood  Avenue,  Rocka- 
way  Beach,  N.  Y. 


99 

BATES,  WALTER  LEE  ROY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  14,  1915. 

Died :  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  Toland,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Fort  Smith,  Ark. 
BATSTONE,  WILLIAM  THOMAS,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  February  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Result  of  burns. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Batstone,  59  Warren  Street,  Revere,  Mass. 
BATTE,  THOMAS  DRAYTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Epilepsy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Batte,  812  Cherry  Street,  Orange,  Tex. 
BATTERSBY,  ROBERT  SCHULTZ,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class   (A),  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  F.  Battersby,  506  Springer  Street,  Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
BATTLE,  JOSEPH,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  November  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  L.  Battle,  Rocky  Mount,  N.  C. 
BATTLE,  LEE  OTIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  August  3,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  F.  Battle,  Andalusia,  Ala. 
BATUTA,  SERAFIN,  machinist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cavite,  P.  I.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Filomeno  Batuta,  Casanayan  Pilar,  Capiz,  P.  I. 
BAUER,  LEROY  WILBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  April  1,  1917. 
»     Died :  U.  S.  S.  Arizona,  April  26,  1917. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dora  Bauer,  3405  Vincent  Street,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
BAUGHMAN,  FABER  DOLLE,  landsman  for  electrician,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  July  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,    Samuel  Baughman,   1305  Market   Street,   Pnrkers- 
burg,  W.  Va. 


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BAUMANN,  ALBERT,  plumber  and  fitter,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Gunshot  wound. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Gottfred  Baumann,  254  North  Street,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 
BAUMANN,  HARRY  ARNOLD,  landsman  for  electrician  (G),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Christian  Baumann,  11218  Homewood  Avenue,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 
BAUMBLATT,  MELVIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  August  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  February  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lina  Baumblatt,  2209  Linden  Avenue,  Baltimore,  Md. 
BAUMER,  JOSEPH  ANTON,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  April  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Antonia  B.  Matzene,  1455  Laurel  Avenue,  Holly- 
wood, Calif. 

BAXTER,  CORTLANDT  BRADFORD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Peekskill,  N.  Y.,  April  24,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Utah,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Bronchial  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  B.  Baxter,  Mohegan  Lake,  Peekskill,  N.  Y. 
BAXTER,  IRA  HARDISON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edmond  S.  Baxter,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Chapel  Hi)l,  Tenn. 
BAXTER,  JOHN  WILLARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza.  , 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  H.  Baxter,  R.  F.  D.  7,  Vassar,  Mich. 
BAXTER,  MURL  CLAYTON,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlished:   Shanghai,  China,  December  16,  1915. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Galveston,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Clayton  H.  Baxter,  Cedar  Rapids,  Iowa. 
BAYLER,  HAROLD  RAYMOND,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Guam,  September  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Lillie  Bayler,  Washington,  111. 


B 


101 

BAYLOR,  BENJAMIN,  wardroom  steward,  United  _  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  October  7,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Eva  Baylor,  2141  Ellsworth  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
AYNE,  HAMILTON  LEE,  shipfitter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  27,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Bayne,  6600  Julian  Avenue,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
BATON,  INOCENTES,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cavite,  P.  I.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital  Canacao,  P.  I.,  August  8,  1918. 

Cause:   Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  Dionicio  Bayon,  Sara,  P.  I. 
BAYSINGER,  JAMES  KIRBY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  May  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  9,  1917. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  F.  Baysinger,  Harriett,  Ark. 
BEAL,  JEFF  ISAAC,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  March  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Beal,  Goldana,  La. 
BALE,  FRED,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  24,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Hattie  Beale,  524  North  Morgan  Street,  Rushville, 

Ind. 
BEALL,  CLARENCE  RAY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Charlottie  Beall,  Versailles,  Ind. 
BEAM,  FRANCIS  HENRY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  June  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  J.  P.  Beam,  Piedmont,  S.  C. 
BEAM,  JOSHUA  LAWRENCE,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  January  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  March  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Ulcer  of  stomach. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Foster  Beam,  Ellenboro,  N.  C. 

BEAN,  ARTHUR  FRANCIS,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  April  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Aunt,  Irene  M.  Callahan,  164  Middlesex  Avenue,  Medford, 
Mass. 


102 

BEAM    MAU-A  CLAIK.  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval   hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,   September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Lulu  M.  Bean,  925  Lafayette  Street,  Norristown,  Pa. 
BEANLAC,   LEON   JOHN,   seaman,   second   class,   United   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Paul  Beanlac,  252  Payne  Avenue,  North  Tonawanda, 

N.  Y. 
BEARD,  ANDERSON  ROSCOE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  March  30,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  J.  U.  Beard,  Gainesville,  Mo. 
BEARD,  PERL  ALEXANDER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Isyphenia  Beard,  Jacksonville,  Tex. 
BEARDSLEY,  JOHN  ST.  DUNSTOW,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  H.  Beardsley,  128  South  Hagan  Avenue,  New 

Orleans,  La. 

BEARSE,  EDWARD  STUDLEY,  landsman  for  carpenter's  mate,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  January  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Bearse,  Chatham,  Mass. 
BEATTY,  ROBERT  STARR,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  19,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital, ^New  London,  Conn.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Hester  S.  Beatty,  907  Colonia  Road,  Elizabeth,  N.  J. 
BEATTY,  WILLIAM  HAMMETT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  W.  Beatty,  Richland  Avenue,  East  End,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 
BEATY,  CHARLES  LEFFLER,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  October  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Othelia  Martin,  1445  Broadway,  Beaumont,  Tex. 


103 

BEAUCHAMP,  HOMER  RAY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Springfield,  Mass.,  July  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Ferdinand  Beauchamp,  759  Chicopee  Street,   Willi- 

mansett,  Mass. 
BEAUMONT,  ARLO,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  A.  Beaumont,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Longton,  Kans. 
BEAVERFJORD,  PETER  MAGNIS,  painter,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Sven  Beaverf  jord,  Suttons  Bay,  Mich. 
BECK,  LESLIE  PAUL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Beck,  Clarks,  Nebr. 

BECK,  RUDOLPH  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Erie,  Pa.,  April  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  July  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Nephritis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  B.  Beck,  2310  Sassafras  Street,  Erie,  Pa. 
BECKER,  CLEMENT  JOSEPH,  fireman,  first  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  February  21,  1917. 

Died:  Gretna,  La.,  April  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Hilda  Becker,  Gretna,  La. 
BECKER,  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Christine  Dout,  490  Hallett  Street,  Bridgeport,  Conn. 
BECKER,  HOBART  THEODORE,  ship  fitter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Theodore  Becker,  417  North  State  Street,  Genesco,  111. 
BECKER,  JOHN  ANDREW,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  11,  1917. 

Cause :  Killed  by  being  struck  on  the  head. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Becker,  4013  Vest  Avenue,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
BECKER,  LEONARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  Becker,  1823  Natrona  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 


104 

BECKER,  PHILIP  H.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  28,  1917. 

Died :  Submarine  chaser  No.  148,  May  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Rupture,  pancreas,  traumatic. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Leona  Becker,  8607  Clifton  Avenue,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
BECKER,  RAYMOND  MICHAEL,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  New  Orleans,  March  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Organic  heart  lesion,  acute  congestion  of  liver. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Gertrude  Becker,  1712  First  Street,  Rensselaer,  N.  Y. 
BECKETT,  BYRON  WERSTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  H.  Beckett,  Ridgeway,  Wis. 

BECKLEY,  WILLIAM  MARION  THOMAS,  mess  attendant,  first  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  November  27,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  OzarJc,  ,July  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Elizabeth  Beckley,  306  Meron  Street,  Frankfort,  Ky. 
BECKMAN,  HENRY  FRANK,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  London,  Conn.,  August  6,  1918. 

Died :  Sag  Harbor,  N.  Y.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  May  Beckman,  Sag  Harbor,  N.  Y. 

BECKMAN,  LAMBERT  FREDERICK,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  December  1,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Poivhatan,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  by  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Ella  Beckman,  3509  Macomb  Street  NW.,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 
BEDDING,  ORVILLE  BRADFORD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr:,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Bedding,  Howard,  S.  Dak. 
BEDNORZ,  PETER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  April  30,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Christian  Bednorz,  Yorktown,  Tex. 
BEECHER,  OSCAR  R.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Williamsport,  Pa.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Flora  W.  Beecher,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Newville,  Pa. 


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105 

BEELER,  GEORGE  OTTO,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Adolph  Beeler,  R.  4,  Junction  City,  Kans. 
BEESON,  EDWIN  DWIGHT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  April  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Baltimore,  November  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Beeson,  Hillesboro,  Ohio. 
BEGEN,  FRANCIS  MICHAEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Begen,  1432  Commonwealth  Avenue,  New  York, 
N.  Y. 

GS,  HAMILTON  THOMPSON,  electrician,  second  class  (G.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  November  23,  1916. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Amy  Beggs,  1325  North  Twenty-fourth  Street,  Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

BEHAN,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Bay  Shore,  N.  Y.,  July  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ellen  Behan,  489  Tenth  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
BEHNE,  FREDERICK,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  3,  1916. 

Died:  Naval  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  February  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Emily  Behne,  Rochelle  Park,  N.  J. 

BEILEY,   JAMES,    landsman   for   machinist's   mate    (A),    United    States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Beiley,  914  Michigan  Avenue,  Menominee,  Mich. 
BELDEN,  LUTHER  WILLIAM,  sailmaker's  mate,  Fleet  Naval  Reserve. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  August  7,  1918. 

Died :  Quebec,  Canada,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mae  Shepherd,  R.  4,  Farmington,  Iowa. 
BELGTJM,  SANFORD  NEWTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Madison,  Wis.,  June  5,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Sever  Belgum  (address  unknown). 


106 

BELL,  HILBERT  CHAKLES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  April  21,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  St.  Louis,  March  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  C.  H.  Bell,  Oneida,  Kans. 
BELL,  JULIAN  S.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  August  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  January  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  C.  Bell,  Kress,  Tex. 
BELL,  MARCUS  ELLWOOD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  February  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  James  Bell,  Pittsville,  Pa. 
BELL,  ROY  EDWARD,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  March  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  Bell,  Weatherford,  Tex. 

BELL,  WILLIAM  GREENLEAF,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Eunice  Bell,  Sanford,  Va. 
BELLOTINE,  Louis,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  January  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Bellotine,  232  High  Street,  San  Bernardino, 

Calif. 

BELMEGIS,   HEPPOCRATES,   ship's   cook,   fourth  class,   United   States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Demetrios  Belgemis,  Island  Samos,  Greece. 
BELPORT,   ALEXANDER   HARRY,   ship's   cook,    third   class,    United    States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Benjamin  Belport,  953  Avenue  St.  John,  Bronx,  N.  Y. 
BELT,  JOHN  ROBERT,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Galveston,  Tex.,  December  30,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  F-l,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  J.  E.  Belt,  Silsbee,  Tex. 
BELYEU,  OSBEN  CAPERS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  September  6,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  January  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Harben  Belyeu,  Chipley,  Fla. 


107 

BENDER,  JOHN  G.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  24,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kate  Bender,  Hebron,  N.  Dak. 
BENFOED,  RICHARD,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cambridge,  Md.,  October  22,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mongolia,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Ptomaine  poison. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  A.  Benford,  Roxbury,  Va. 
BENGRY,  JOHN  OSCAR,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted,  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Bengry,  Gaastra,  Mich. 
BENHAM,  THOMAS  WILLIS,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Nopatin,  August  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  injuries  received  in  boiler  explosion. 

Next   of  kin:   Mother,  Anna   Benham,  91  Elliott  Place,   Freeport,   Long 

Island,  N.  Y. 
BENNETT,  EDGAR  D.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  August  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Bennett,  Cooper,  Tex. 
BENNETT,  EVERETT,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Relief  Force.        . 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  November  12,  1917. 

Died:  Base  No.  18,  France,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Shot. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Bennett,  3840  Parker  Street,  Omaha,  Nebr. 
BENNETT,  IRIE  JAMES,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Navy 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  9,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Agnes  D  Bennett,  1418  Turk  Street,  San  Francisco, 

Calif 
BENNETT,  JAMES,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Ishpeming,  Mich.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Buena  Ventura,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  Bennett,  Negaunee,  Mich. 
BENNETT,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  13,  1914. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  March  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Injuries  received  in  seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Kate  Bennett,  12  Holland  Road,  Worcester,  Mass. 
BENNETT,  LAWRENCE  PRESCOTT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  D.  Bennett,  R.  R.  1,  Pomfret  Center,  Conn. 


108 

BENNETT,  THOMAS  HENRY,  quartermaster,  second  class  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Rockaway  Beach,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  October  20, 
1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Olive  E.  Bennett,  162  Circut  Road,  Winthrop,  Mass. 
BENNETT,  THOMAS  JOSEPH,  chief  pharmacist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died:  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Evelma  C.   Bennett,   106  North   Sixty-second   Street, 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 

BENNIS,  EDWAKD  FEANCIS,  Jr.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kathryn  T.  Bennis,  641  East  Chelten  Avenue,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
BENSON,  CLARENCE  RANGNOR,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  14, 1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Minnesota,  April  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Matilda  Salmon,  204  Beechwood  Avenue,  Bridgeport, 

Conn. 

BENSON,  FRANK  BENNIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ellen  Benson,  Hastings,  Minn. 

BENSON,  HARRY  WALTER,  fireman,  third  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Augusta  Benson,  764  East  Second   Street,   James- 
town, N.  Y. 

BENSON,  JOHN  MAYO  PALMER,  landsman  for  quartermaster  (A).  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Eastleigh,  England,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Sister,  Mary  Nelson,  77  Union  Avenue,  Batavia,  111. 
BENSON,  JULIAN  PALMER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  18,  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Carl  Benson,  box  711,  Black  River  Falls,  Wis. 


109 

BENVINS,  WILLIAM,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy   (general  court- 
martial  prisoner). 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  March  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Disie  Benvins,  Hellier,  Ky. 
BENWAY,  CLARENCE  EVERETT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Base  No.  13,  Azores,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Irish,  box  321,  Oakville,  Conn. 
BERG,  LAWRENCE  MILTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  13,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Montana,  April  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Nephritis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ella  Berg,  Cogswell,  N.  Dak. 
BERG,  OLIVER  SIGVALD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Berg,  Bradish,  Nebr. 
BERGEMAN,  EARL  AUGUST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ellen  C.  Bergeman,  Peshtigo,  Wis. 
BERGEMANN,  PETER  JOSEPH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Burns. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Bergemann,  119  North  Lake  Street,  Madison, 

Wis. 
BERGEN,  RAYMOND,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  April  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  K.  Bergen,  Hopewell,  N.  J. 
BERGER,  CHARLIE  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  J.  Berger,  Henderson,  Minn. 
BERGERON,  ERNEST  JOSEPH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  November  21,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Ohio,  February  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Bergeron,  Groton  Street,  East  Pepperell,  Mass. 
BERGMAN,  JOSEPH  SAMUEL,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  18,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Esther  Bergman,  1082  East  Fourteenth  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 


110 

BERGMAN,  SAMUEL,  ship  fitter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gustav  Bergman,  477  Ridgewood  Avenue,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
BEBGNER,  WILLIAM,  oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  August  3,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Carcinoma. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Constance  Bergner,  50  Richmond  Turnpike,  Tompkins- 

ville,  N.  Y. 

BERGSTEN,   FREDDIE  AUGUST,  hospital   apprentice,  second  class,  United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  June  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  P.  A.  Bergsten,  post-office  box  284,  Las  Animas,  Colo. 
BERGSTROM,  WILLARD  ALBERT,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Granton  Hospital,  July  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Henry  Bergstrom,  Staples,  Minn. 
BERKLEY,  THOMAS  RILEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  19,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Huntington,  February  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next   of   kin:  Father,   Thomas    H.    Berkley,    1430    Sullivan    Avenue,    St. 

Louis,  Mo. 
BERMAN,  BENJAMIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :    Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Pauline  C.  Bermaii,  413  Reed  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BERNARD,  EDGAR  GARDINER,  Jr.,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  14,  1918, 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Daughter,  Betty  J.  Bernard,  1640  Fifth  Avenue,  Troy,  N.  Y. 
^BERNARD,  FRANK  MATTHEW,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  16,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  F  One,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Amelia  Quintal,  1231  Fifty-third  Avenue,   Oakland, 

Calif. 

BERNSTON,  KARL,  mess  attendant,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Bernston.  Rennang,  Sweden. 


Ill 

BERRY,  CHESTER  THEODORE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  January  20,  1916. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Trigg,  110  Delevan  Street,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 
BERRY,  ELMER  EDGAR,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  December  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  June  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Ida  J.  Berry,  Claremont,  111. 

BERRY,  ROBERT  MCKINLEY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died:  Navy  submarine  station,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Hattie  J.  Berry,  512  East  Main  Street,  Knoxville, 

Tenn. 

BEERYMAN,  ARTHUR  CLINTON,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  January  31,  1918. 

Died :  Section  base  No.  1,  Baltimore,  Md.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Susan  E.  Berryman,  Reistertown,  Md. 
BESSEY,  ALDEN  ERASTUS,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (MB),  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  November  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  February  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clara  C.  Bessey,  Marshfield,  Oreg. 
BEST,  CHRISTIAN  HENRY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  June  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Best,  Panguitch,  Utah. 

BEST,  LYLE  CLARKES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  14,  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  27, 1918. 

Cause:  Diptheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  Best,  Fairbury,  111. 

BETTISWORTH,  ARTHUR  ROLLAND,  carpenter's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Camp  hospital  No.  35,  Winchester,  England,  October  6, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  J.  Bettisworth,  Coffeyville,  Kans. 
BEVINGTON,  RUSSELL  DONALD,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  1,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Heart  block. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lura  Bevington,  1966  East  Grand  Boulevard,  Detroit, 
Mich. 


112 

BEYEA,  WILLIS  EDWIN,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  July  25,  1917. 

Died :  Marine  hospital,  Stapleton,  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  Beyea,  Union  Springs,  N.  Y. 
BEYER,  OSCAR  WENDELL,  electrician,  third  class  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  November  20,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  March  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  L.  Beyer,  3901  South  Maroposa  Street,  Englewood, 

Colo. 
BEYERSDORF.  OTTO  CARL,  pattern  maker,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  March  8,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Beyersdorf,  608  Sommerville  Avenue,  Menom- 

inee,  Mich. 
BEYNON,  GEORGE  ADAMS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Diabelies  mellities. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ollie  Beynon,  379  Taylor  Avenue,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
BICKEL,  CHARLES  CANNOY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  June  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  C.  Bickel,  University  Place,  Nebr. 
BICKFORD,  SETH  PERKINS,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cavite,  P.  I.,  July  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Tjisenbang,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  P.  Blackford,  New  Market,  N.  H. 
BICKLEY,  JOHN  RONALD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  3,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  iobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mary  Tressa  Bickley,  29  Gardiner  Street,  Cohoes,  N.  Y. 
BICKNELL,  ADELBEKT  HUGH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  26,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  reserve  training  station,  Bumkin  Island,  Mass.,  August  16, 
1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Abbie  M.  Bicknell,  28  Chatham  Road,  Everett,  Mass. 
BIDDLE,    HERBERT   MARTIN,    quartermaster,    third    class,    United    States    Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  foundered. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Emma  Biddle,  21  North  Robinson  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 


113 

BIDSTKUP,  EVERETT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  5,  1918. 
'  Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Helene  Marie  Bidstrup,  R.  R.  1,  Remus,  Mich. 
BIEGEET,  ROBERT  BREHM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  29,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  Henry  Biegert,  Girard,  Pa. 
JBiELATowicz,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  October  16,  1916. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 
Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  Anthony  Kuchta,  1118  South  Kenwood  Avenue,  Balti- 
more, Md. 

BIGGER,  DAVID  WATSON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  November  8,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  13,  1917. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ferrie  Bigger,  R.  R.  2,  York,  S.  C. 

BIGGER,  JOSEPH  ALBIN,  plumber  and  fitter,'  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  13,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  August  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Alice  Clare  Bigger,  700  Post  Street,   San  Francisco, 

Calif. 
BIGGERSTAFF,  ALEXANDER  CAMPBELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  12,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:   Wife,  Jessie  Biggerstaff,  143  Barrett   Street,   Schenectady, 

N.  Y. 

BIGGERSTAFF,  JAMES  HUGHBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  November  23,  1917. 
Died :  St.  Lukes  Hospital,  Chicago,  111.,  January  7,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ed  Biggerstaff,  Pleasant  Hill,  Mo. 
BIGGS,  DEWEY,  blacksmith,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 

(A.). 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Treguier,  France,  October  4,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clara  Biggs,  Rensselaer,  Ind. 
BILDERBACK,  CHARLES  MILLARD,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate    (A.),  United 

States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  June  26,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  15,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  E.  Bilderback,  Adel,  Iowa. 

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BILHEIMER,  NEWBERRY   SAMUEL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Allentown,  Pa.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Florence  E.  Bilheimer,  Easton,  Pa. 

BILLHEIMER,  GEORGE  ROBERT,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abram  Billheimer,  Keezletown,  Va. 
BILLINGS,  LESLIE  EDWIN,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Hartford,  Conn.,  June  SO,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edwin  Henry  Billings,  West  Street,  Bristol,  Vt. 
BINETTE,  THOMAS  JOSEPH,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  March  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Balzemire  Binette,  35  State  Street,  Sanford,  Me. 
BINHACK,  RUSSELL  EDWIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Hester  Binhack,  motor  route  A,  Princeton,  Ind. 
BIRD,  ELMER,  baker,  first  class,  Fleet  Naval  Reserve. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  February  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Gulfport,  Miss.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  B.  Bird,  Crystal  City,  Tex. 
BIRD,  FRANK  RAYMOND,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Cleo  Cox  Bird,  821  Ford  Avenue,  Youngstown,  Ohio. 
BIRELEY,  FORREST  MCKINLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Rochester,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Wade  G.  Bireley,  714  C^vington  Avenue,  Piqua,  Ohio. 
BISBEE,  CLAUDE  LEON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mabel  Bisbee,  Canton,  Me. 


115 

BISCHE,  OSCAR  JOHN,  electrician,  third  class  (R.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Frances  Stratman,  St.  Anthony,  Ind. 
BISH,  WALTER  BENJAMIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  22,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  Stanley  Bish,  3176  Richmond  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BISHOP,  RADER  MILTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Richmond,  Va.,  April  20,  1917. 

Died :    U.  S.  S.  Covwgton,  January  21, 1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Luther  G.  Bishop,  457  Fourteenth  Street  NW.,  Roa- 

noke,  Va. 
BISSELL,  NAT  HARRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edith  Bissell,  Rural  Route  3,  Lakeview,  Mich. 
BITTNER,  ALBERT,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died:  Methodist  Episcopal  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,    broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Florence  D.  Bittner,  529  West  Abbott  Street,  Indianapo- 
lis,  Ind. 
BIVINS,  EDWIN  LEE,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:   Dallas,  Tex.,  February  10,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  5,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :   Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  O.  Bivins,  Bella,  Tex. 
BIXHY,  HARRY  LEE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  March  29,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,    lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Laura  Bixby,  Sidney,  Nebr. 
BLACK,  JOHN  BALMER,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  15,  1914. 
^iX/Died:  H.  M.  S.  Leinster,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Daniel  Black,  29  South  Seventh  Street,  Darby,  Pa. 
BLACK,  LEONARD  WILLIAM,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  July  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  13,  1918. 

Cause :    Cerebrospinal   fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  J.  P.  Black,  Falmouth,  Va. 
BLACKBURN,  CORTEZ  MARVIN,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  20,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,   lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Volley  Blackburn,  Rural  Route  4,  Miller,  Mo. 


116 

BLACKER,  WALTER  CHESTER,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  April  17,  1918. 

Died:  Navy  rifle  range,  Cnmp  Logan,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause :    Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Harriet  L.  Blacker,  Seward,  Nebr. 
BLACKFORD,  GEORGE  CLARENCE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  30,  1917. 

Cause:   Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nellie  Hill,  212  West  Street,  Lansing,  Mich. 
BLACKLEDGE,  CHARLES  YANCEY,,  storekeeper,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  4,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Blackledge,  Commerce,  Mo. 
BLAIN,  ALLEN  MURL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenzn. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Claretta  Margaret  Blain,  Spring  City,  Utah. 
BLAINE,  CLYDE  CHESTER,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  March  22,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  San  Diego,  July  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Stepmother,  Bertha  Blaine,  Lomita,  Calif. 

BLAIR,  ANDREW  BETRNE,  Jr.,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  November  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  June  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  in  seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Bertha  Small  Blair,  404  Franklin  Street,  Richmond, 

Va. 
BLAIR,  CHARLIE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital.JNaval  Base,  Va.,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jane  Blair,  Van  Lear,  Ky. 
BLAIR,  CLARENCE,  LEON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Carrie  Amelia  Blair,  28  Avery  Court,  Laconia,  N.  H. 
BLAIB,  FRANK  PERRY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  West  Oartibo,  November  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bertha  Blair,  Toltec,  Ariz. 
BLAIR,  LEE,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  February  5,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Barry,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  C.  Blair,  6  Plum  Street,  Newark,  N.  J. 


117 

BLAIR,  ROBERT  WINDLE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Robert  F.  Blair,  Sabetha,  Kans. 
&LAKE,  EDWARD  LEE,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  July  5,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  J.  Blake,  1316  Marshall  Street,  Benwood, 

W.  Va. 

BLAKE,  HERBERT  ELLIOTT,  firemen,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve" 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  25,  191S. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Chase  S.  Blake,  Pike,  N.  H. 
BLAKELEY,  JOHN  J.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  25,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ambie  Zella  Blakeley,  Gracey,  Ky. 
BLANCAFLOR,  MAXIMINO,  mess  attendant,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cavite,  P.  I.,  April  30,  1914. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyons,  Colo.,  February  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Eusebio  Biray,  Tanza,  P.  I. 

BLANK,  ERNEST  WILLIAM  CARL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  August  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Herman  Blank,  Crystal  Lake,  111. 

BLANK,  HERMAN  WILLIAM,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate   (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Anna  Walsh,  346  Jackson  Street,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 
BLANKENSHIP,  GENTRY  ELMER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  November  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Blankenship,  Couch,  Me. 
BLANKENSHIP,  GURNIE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Montgomery,  Ala.,  February  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyons,  Colo.,  April  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  A.  Blankenship,  R.  R.  1,  Harpersville,  Ala. 


118 

BLANKINSHIP,  ASA  MAX,   fireman,   third  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  1,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  the  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nannie  B.  Blankinship,  541  River  Street,  Hampton, 

Va. 
BLAU,  CHARLES  AUGUST,  landsman  for  carpenter's  mate  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Allentown,  Pa.,  December  14, 1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  February  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  August  W.  Blau,  R.  F.  D.,  Port  Murray,  N.  J. 
.BLEMLE,  JOHN  HERBERT,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  14,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Couse :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Blemle,  3517  Comley  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BLENTLINGER,  ANDREW  EUGEAN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  July  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  10, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Henry  Blentlinger,  R.  R.  3,  Liberty,  111. 
BLEVINS,  OTIS  RAYMOND,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  October  16,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  March  16, 1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Daniel  Blevins,  Fitche,  Kans. 
BLINN,  CARL  HENRY,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  April  25,  1916. 

Died  :  Naval  torpedo  station,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  27, 1917. 

Cause :  Died  when  boat  capsized. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Nouggle,  410  Eighteenth  Avenue,  North  Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
BLISS ARD,  LESLIE  EARL,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Meridian,  Miss.,  May  17, 1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Dea  Blissard,  Thorn,  Miss. 
BLIX,  ERVIN  THEODORE,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  3,  1917. 

Died  :  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk  in  collision. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Blix,  Bagley,  Minn. 
BLOEDEL,  LEONARD  HERMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Savannah,  May  31,  1918. 

Cause :  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Bloedel,  Sibley,  Iowa. 


119 

BLOODGOOD,  NORMAN  SLOCUM,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  22,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  submarine  chaser,  190,  June  26, 1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  C.  Bloodgood,  101  Hech  Avenue,  Ocean  Grove, 

N.  J. 
BLOOM,  CHARLES  H.,  apprentice  seaman,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  Norwalk,  Conn.,  April  8,  1917. 

Died ;  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  April  28,  1917. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mary  Mathilda  Bloom,  Norwalk,  Conn. 
BLOUNT,  JOSIAH  C.,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  October  10,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  France,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  B.  Blount,  Norfolk,  Va. 

BLTJESTEIN,  IRWIN  JEROME,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harry  Bleustein,  837  West  Fourteenth  Street,  Chicago, 

111. 
BLUM,  FELIX,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  14,  1918. 

Died :  Chicago,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abraham  Nathan  Blum,  3441  Grenshaw  Street,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 

BLUMENATJER,  FREDERICK  HENRY,   seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  March  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Johanna  Blum-enauer,  11A  Moffatt   Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 
ELY,  EARL,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  June  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Head  crushed. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Myrta  Bly,  Greene,  N.  Y. 
BOARDMAN,  GRAHAM  HATCH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  10,  1917. 

Died :  Norfolk,  Mass.,  February  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Endocarditis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Claude  Boardman,  Avery  Street,  Norfolk,  Mass. 
BOATWRIGHT,  ERNEST  ELMER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  June  21,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eloiza  Boatwright,  R.  8,  Des  Moines,  Iowa. 


120 

BOBEKOWSKY,  WILLIAM,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.,  July  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next   of   kin:    Mother,    Bertha   Bobekowsky,   352    Rumsey   Street,    Grand 

Rapids,  Mich. 
BOBO,  RAYMOND,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  Jackson  Bobo.  East  Auburn,  Calif. 
BOEKE,  JOHN  ARTHUR,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,   lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Carl  Boeke,  Blue  Earth,  Minn. 
BOEN,  ALVIN  E.,  musician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margia  Boen,  Fergus  Falls,  Minn. 
BOESE,  JOHN,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  October  20,  1915. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Annie  Boese,  Duck  Creek,  Wis. 
BOEX,  Louis  FRANCIS  BORGIA,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  August  8,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louise  Boex,  1332  Sycamore  Street,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
BOHAN,   EDWARD  ARTHUR,   apprentice   seaman,   United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Patrick  Bohan,  200  East  One  hundred  and  fifteenth 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

BOHLING,  DAYTON  W.  H.,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sophie  Bohling,  West  Brook,  Conn. 
BOHNE,  CHARLES  WOLFRED,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  August  13,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Helen  Bohne,  Cuero,  Tex. 


121 

BOHNE,  JESSE  JAMES,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  March  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  16,  1917. 

Caure:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fritz  Bohne,  21  West  Main  Street,  Cuero,  Tex. 
BOHNE,  JOSEPH  LAWEENCE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  March  26,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  9,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fritz  Bohne,  Cuero,  Tex. 

BOIINSDAHL,  SIGUED  LEOPOLD,  apprentice  seaman,  Urited  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  August  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  5,  1918. 

CauFe:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Bohnsdahl,  Mosinee,  Wis. 
BOISMENUE,  CLYDE  WALTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  11,  1917. 

Died :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  August  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Everett  Boismenue,  1631  Kansas  Avenue,  East  St. 

Louis,  Mo. 

BOITSCHA,  EDWAED  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  May  7,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Leonidas,  November  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Hannah  Hesser,  West  Liberty,  Iowa. 
BOLDUC,  HENEY  THEODOEE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Burlington,  Vt,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  11,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Grandfather,  Henry  Bolduc,  North  Maine  Street,  Rutland,  Vt. 
BOLGEE,  JAMES,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Shada,  December  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  David  L.  Bolger,  35  Ash  Street,  Cambridge,  Mass. 
BOLLEN,  PETEE  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  May  21,  1918. 

Died :  No.  3  hospital,  Leigh,  Scotland,  November  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  Bollen,  East  Dubuque,  111. 

BOLLING,   JAMES  ELWOOD,   mess   attendant,  third  class,   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Georgia  Boiling,  Rodwell  Avenue,  Greenwich,  Conn. 
BOLSINGEE,  LLOYD  JABEZ,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lydia  Bolsinger,  Buffalo  Center,  Iowa. 


122 

BOND,  EVERETT  JAY,  Boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Guaymas,  Mexico,  July  8,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  Kin :  Mother,  Alice  Bond,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Galena,  Kans. 
BOND,  JOHN  PERTLE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn,  October  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  February  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Friday  Bond,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Raleigh,  Tenn. 
BONEY,  Lucious  WIMBRIC,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Emma  Line  Swinney  Boney,  616  South  Lee  Street, 

Fitzgerald,  Ga. 
BONHAM,  RAYMOND  ANDREW,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  12,  1917. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  May  26, 1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Minnie  Bonham,  6011  Rhodes  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
BONIFACE,  THOMAS  CORNELIUS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  July  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Walter  C.  Boniface,  118  Corcoran  Street,  Lewistown, 

Mont. 

BONNOR,  ARTHUR  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York  City,  January  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  J.  Bonnor,  478  East  One  hundred  and  eighty- 
seventh  Street,  care  of  Wood,  New  York  City,  N.  Y. 
BOOKER,  CLARENCE  BARNES,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  November  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  29,  1917. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ray  Booher,  Mount  Gilead,  Ohio. 
BOOK,  CLARENCE  EUGENE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  June  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  January  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Skull  fractured. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ella  Book,  409  Galapago  Street,  Donvor,  Colo. 
BOOKER,  CHARLES  HENRY,  junior  officer  cook,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  29,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  March  21,  1918- 

Cause:  Endocarditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Mamie  Booker,  1016  Church  Street,  Norfolk,  V;i. 


123 

BOOKER,  OSCAR  RAY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  John  W.  Booker,  Hughes  Springs,  Tex. 
BOOKOUT,  FLOYD,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Hetty  Harrington,  Foreman,  Ark. 
BOONE,  JAMES  EARL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  March  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  8,  1917. 

Cause:  Chronic  pulmonary  tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Boone,  2619  Huntington  Avenue,  Baltimore,  Md. 
BOONE,  VINKLEY  GILL,  quartermaster,  third  class,  listener,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Meridian,  Miss.,  March  30,  1918. 

Died:  Submarine  chaser  136  (naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.),  October 
1,  1918. 

Caiise :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  J.  E.  Hearn,  Washington  Street,  Vicksburg,  Miss. 
BOOKMAN,  SIDNEY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Boorman,  Waterville,  N.  Y. 
BOOTH,  EUGENE  RICHARD,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Navy  Yard,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  March  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Catherine  E.  Booth,  256  Woodworth  Avenue,  Yonkers, 

N.  Y. 
BOOZE,  EMMETT  GODWIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  28,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  M.  Booze,  Springwood,  Va. 

BOROUGH,  FORD  WILLIAM,  landsman  for  electrician   (R.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  Alzadie  Borough,  1828  South  Michigan  Street, 

South  Bend,  Ind. 

BORRADAILE,  SAMUEL  WALTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  August  5,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Lena  Borradaile,  Liberty,  Ind. 


124 

BOKBELL,  LEONARD  PASCAL,  chief  electrician   (G),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.,  April  20,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Mabel  Healy  Borrell,  10  Carroll  Street,  East  Orange, 

N.  J. 
BOSE,  HERMAN,  quartermaster,  second  class   (A.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  i  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  aeronautic  station,  Peusacola,  Fla.,  November  23,  1917. 

Cause :  Drowned  iii  seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  km:  Father,  Herman  Bose,  23  East  Eighty-eighth   Street,   New 

York,  N.  Y. 
,,BOSHER,  REGINALD  ST.  CLARE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  July  16,  1917. 

Died  :^  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next   of  kin:  Father,   William   T.   Bosher,   922   North   Twentieth    Street, 

Richmond,  Va. 
BOSLEY,  CLARENCE  E.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  13,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  Yard,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Alice  Bosley,  2300  Oak  Street,  Baltimore,  Md. 
BOTELER,  WILBER  H.,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  April  7,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Bay  Shore,  N.  Y.,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Pluerisy,  serofibrinous. 

Next    jf   kin:  Mother,   Mrs.   W.   C.    Boteler,  37   Girard   Street,   Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 

BOUQUET,  ARTHUR  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Josephine  Bouquet,  79  McArthur  Street,  Pitts- 
field,  Mass. 
BOURKE,  CHARLES  EDWARD,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Receiving  ship,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  21,  1914. 

Died:  Queenstown,  Ireland,  January  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  in  fire  on  board  U.  S.  S.  Burrows. 

Next    of   kin:  Mother,    Mrs.    Georgeana   Bourke,    118    Canterbury    Street, 

Worcester,  Mass. 
BOUTIN,  ALONZO  THEODORE,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  April  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  proving  grounds,  Inclianhead,  Md.,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Christine  Boutin,  Bayfield,  Wis. 

BOWAR,  CHARLES  THEODORE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Bowar,  Reliance,  S.  Dak. 


125 

BOWDEN,  GARLAND  EDWARD,  sea  nan,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  June  12,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  S.  Bowden,  Santifee,  W.  Va. 
BOWDEN,  JOSEPH  PATRICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  9,  1917. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Covington,  July  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Helen  Bowden,  33  Mountain  Lakes,  N.  J. 
BOWIE,  GOLDEN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Kingston  Avenue  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  29,  1918. 
Cause :  Influenza,  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Jacob  L.  Bowie,  Worth ville?  Ky. 
BOWKER,  ARTHUR  WILLIAM,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  April  26,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  28,  1917. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Bowker,  South  Kortnight,  N.  Y. 
BOWLING,  ROBERT  WALTER,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  2,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Fannie  Burch  Bowling,  New  Hope,  Ky. 
BOWMAN,  ARCHIBALD  LEO,  electrician,  third  class   (G.),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  14,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  9,  1918. 
Cause :  Pleurisy,  acute  fibrinous. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Isaac  Bowman,  Merriam  Park,  R.  F.  D.  3,  St.  Paul, 

Minn. 

BOWSER,  JAMES  MONROE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  25,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  3,  1917. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Bowser,  308  Miller  Avenue,  South  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

/OYCE,  HARRY  LESLIE,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Corinto,-  Nicaraugua,  October  14,  1916. 
Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hannah  Boyce,  64  Emery  Street,  Attleboro,  Mass. 
BOYCE,  HOWARD  CHARLES,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (general 

court-martial  prisoner). 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  28,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  October  2,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Grandmother,  Mary  E.  Peterson,  1616  North  Sixty-first  Street, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 


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BOYCE,  WESLEY  PHILIP,  oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  July  26,  1917. 

Died:  Army  Base  Hospital  No.  101,  St.  Nazaire,  France,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Josephine  Boyce,  518  Rock  Street,  Little  Rock, 

Ark. 
BOYD,  ELMER  FRANCIS,  printer,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  May  23,  1918. 

Died:  Washington,  D.  C.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  following  influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Allen  Bell  Boyd,  sr.,  806  D  Street  SE.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 

BOYD,  JOHN  DAVID,  jr.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
'  Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  April  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  Hannah  Boyd,  Provo,  Utah. 
BOYD,  RICHARD,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Wilmington,  N.  C.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Beatrice  Boyd,  515  North  Ninth  Street,  Wilming- 
ton, N.  C. 
BOYER,  GEORGE  ALBERT,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  17,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Hattie  L.  Boyer,  Farmington,  Minn. 

BOYER,  HOWARD  S.,  chief  quartermaster    (A.),  United   States  Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Sarah  Boyer,  935  West  State  Street,  Trenton.  X.  J. 
BOYES,  JOSEPH  RAYMOND,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  November  25,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Intracranial  injury. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Joseph  Boyes,  577  Harris  Avenue,  Providence.  R.  I. 
BOYESON,  CHARLES  EDWARD,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  Stales  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Herbert  Boyeson,  Fire  Island,  N.  Y. 
BOYKIN,  ARTHUR  VESTER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  January  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Bath,  April  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Burt  Jack  Dobbs,  201  Woodward  Avenue.  Brighton. 
Ala. 


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BOYLAN,  THOMAS  MICHAEL,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  22,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Melville,  April  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Bright's  disease. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Boylan,  342  East  Thirty-ninth  Street,  New  York, 

N.  Y. 

BOYLE,  JOHN  JAMES,  Jr.,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  J.  Boyle,  2508  Fairmont  Avenue,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BOYLE,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  February  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Maiden,  Mass.,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Acute  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin:   Daughter,  Mrs.   James  Flanagan,  51  Wigglesworth  Street, 

Maiden,  Mass. 
BOYLE,  PATEICK,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  November  9,  1910. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  September  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Carcinoma,  jaw. 

Next  of  kin  :  Niece,  Mary  McCarron,  Glasgow,  Scotland. 

BOYLE,  PETER  FRANCIS,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  June  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  P.  F.  Boyle,  1309  Columbia  Street,  Ottawa,  111. 
BOYLE,  PETER  J.,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ellen  Boyle,  Riverpoint,  R.  I. 

BEABENDER,  ADOLPH  MICHAEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Brabender,  Adrian,  Minn. 

BRADLEY,  ARTHUE  LEAVENWORTH,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  19,  1917. 

Died:    Navy   Base  Hospital   No.   1,   Foreign    Service,   August   23,   1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ernest  C.  Bradley,  92  Burton  Avenue,  Hasbrouck 

Heights,  N.  J. 
BRADLEY,  FRANK,  chief  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  October  12,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  October  21, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jepths  R.  Bradley,  McAlester,  Okla. 


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BRADLEY,  GEORGE  FREDERICK,  painter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  March  4,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Isabelle  Bradley,  64  Collingswood  Street,  San 

Francisco,  Calif. 

BRADLEY,  GEORGE  YOUNGER,  Sr.,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  July  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  George  Y.  Bradley,  3023  Hanover  Avenue,  Richmond, 

Va. 
BRADLEY,  MAURICE  VINCENT,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  12,  1918. 

Died :  Home,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Joseph  M.  Bradley,  827  McKnight  Building,  Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

BRADSHAW,  PHILIP  CHAPPELL,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  December  2,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  L.  Bradshaw,  Alton,  Va. 
BRADY,  ARTHUR  THOMAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  March  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  13,  1917. 

Cause :  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Thomas  Brady,  2459  Burgundy  Street,  New  Orleans,  La. 
BRADY,  CLAIR  ALDEN,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  August  23,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  A.  Brady,  Youngsville,  Pa. 
BRADY,  EDWIN  CAMPBELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  May  24,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticondcroga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Etta  M.  Brady,  131  Norwood  Avenue,  Kirkwood,  Ga. 
BRADY,  FRANK  JOSEPH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  November  28,  1917. 

Died :  Clarendon  Hotel,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next   of   kin:  Father,    James    Brady,   1320    South    Fifteenth    Street,    St. 

Joseph,  Mo. 
BRAGG,  VICTOR  JESSE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Bragg,  R.  F.  D.  4,  Adrian,  Mich. 


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BBAHOTSKI,  EDWABD,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Scranton,  Pa.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,   Eugene  Brahotski,  1314  Prospect  Avenue,   Scran- 
ton,  Pa. 
BRAITSCH,  FREDERICK  JOSEPH,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  April  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Anthony  Braitsch,  156  Sussex  Street,  Jersey  City, 

N.  J. 

BRAKE,  ALFRED  W.,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  February  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lydia  Anna  Brake,  R.  R.  1,  Bradley,  Mich. 
BBAMMALL,  JOHN  THOMAS,  Jr.,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  10,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Jessie  Brammall,  80  Washington  Street,  Newport,  R.  I. 
BRANDON,  ROY  ADLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Artie  Brandon,  Meridian,  Okla. 
BBANDOW,  EDWARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Hartford,  Conn.,  June  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Edward  Brandow,  17  Laurel  Street,  New  Britain, 

Conn. 
BRANDT,  IRA  CLAYTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  27,  1917. 

Cause:  Ulcer  of  stomach. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gustaf  A.  Brandt,  Salina,  Utah. 

BKANDT,  JOHN  HERMAN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Melia  Brandt,  Snover,  Mich. 

BRANDT,  WALTER  RIES,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  17,  1917. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumona,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Laura  Brandt,  1309  Winona  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
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NDT,  WILLIAM  CLARK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  April  16,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  E.  C.  Brandt,  R.  F.  D.  3,  South  Prospect   Street. 

Ravenna,  Ohio. 
BBANNAN,  ARTHUR  Ross,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  August  9,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Lenora  Jeane  Langford,  Brownwood,  Tex. 
BBANNIGAN,  JAMES,  fireman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  29,  191G. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  G,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Hecker,  245  lolite  Avenue,  Johnstown,  Pa. 
BBANNON,  CLARA  B.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Elizabeth  E.  Brannon,  G75  South  Street,  Batesville,  Ark. 
BBANNON,  GEORGE  RAYMOND,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Brannon,  Dickinson,  N.  Dak. 
HANSON,  BASCOMB  NEWTON,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Montgomery,  Ala.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Lewis  Branson,  Whistler,  Ala. 

BBANTLEY,  LEWIS   FRANKLIN,   electrician,   second  class,   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Petersburg,  Fla.,  March  13,  1917. 

Died :  Marine  hospital,  Stapleton,  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Bun  Brantley,  534  Fifth  Street  north,  St.  Petersburg, 

Fla. 

BBANUM,  ALBERT  LAW-SON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Birmingham,  Ala.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Nebraska,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Offie  Branum,  New  Hope,  Ala. 
BBATT,  EARL  MCKINLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Mary  Bratt,  South  Park,  Minn. 


131 

BRAUNWORTH,  CHARLES,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  November  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Moutchic,  France,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Albert  Braunworth,  76  Zeidler  Avenue,  Maspeth,  Long 

Island,  N.  Y. 
BBAWFORD,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  May  5,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Brawford,  Estherville,  Iowa. 
BAY,  EDWARD  FRANK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  September  18,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Shato,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  collided  with  other  vessel. 

Next  of  kin:  Grandmother,  Frances  Jane  Bray,  114  Seldon  Avenue,  De- 
troit, Mich. 

BBAZEALE,   GUY   RICHARD,   apprentice  seaman,   United    States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Brazeale,  R.  F.  D.  3,  box  66,  Ozark,  Mo. 
BRAZEL,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  22,  1917. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bell  Brazel,  Sioux  Rapids,  Iowa. 

BBAZIER,  CLIFFORD  CLARK,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Rockland,  Me.,  November  23,  1917. 

Died :  Knox  County  Hospital,  Rockland,  Me.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother.  Olive  Hoffses  Brazier,  Thomaston,  Me. 
BREAKEY,  HECTOR  MONROE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Bellingham,  Wash.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  Abner  Breakey,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Bellingham,  Wash. 
BREAREY,  RICHARD  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  8,  1917. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Brearey,  197  West  Dauphin  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
BRECK,  FRANCIS  PRATT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  September  7,  1917, 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  November  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  Breck,  238  Newbury  Street,  Boston,  Mass. 


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BBEECE.  ORVAL  ELMER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Los  Angeles,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Breece,  R.  R.  1,  box  Cl,  Cicero,  Ind. 
BBEEDLOVE,  JESSE  MACK,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  7,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticondcroga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  in  sinking  of  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga. 

Next  of  kin  :  Sister,  Mrs.  Cashti  Craft,  1344  Forty-third  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 
BBEEZE,  HENRY,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  Hi.,  March  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Oscar  Breeze,  Walnut  Hill,  111. 

BREHM,  RALPH  EMERSON,  pharmacist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  12.  1917. 

Died :  Navy  R.  R.  Battery  No.  1,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza  and  lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  A.  Brehm,  278  Bridge  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa, 
BBELSFORD,  CHARLEY  FRANK,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  1C,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Richard  W.  Brelsford,  Nixon,  Tex. 
BRENEMAN,  WALLAS  SLATER,  apprentice  seaman.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  March  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Liddie  Breneman,  Tullahoma,  Tenn. 

BRENIZER,  CLARENCE  BRUCE,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  4,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mae  Ferguson  Brenizer,  5924  Cobbs  Creek  Parkway, 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BRENNAN,  JOHN,  shipfitter,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  Mny  18,  1917. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Melia  Brandt,  Snover,  Mich. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  1C,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  by  falling  from  window. 

Next  of  kin:   Sister,  Mrs.  Nellie  Kane,  328  West  Eleventh  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

BRENNAN,  JOHN  FRANCES  XAVIER  ROBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Ellen  Brennan,  3530  Eighteenth  Street  NW., 
Washington,  D.  C. 


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,  JOHN  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Helen  Brennan,  1029  Sixth  Avenue,  Troy,  N.  Y. 
BRENNAN,  PATRICK  CHRISTOPHER,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United 
States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  C,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Brennan,  13  Crescent  Place,  Lackawanna,  N.  Y. 
BRENNAN,  WILLIAM  JOSEIH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  September  29, 1918. 

Cause:  Penumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Brennan,  639  Madison  Street,  West  New 

York,  N.  Y. 
BBENNAN,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  September  29, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next   of   kin:    Mother,    Sarrah    Brennan,   18   Alexander    Street,    Wilkes- 
Barre,  Pa. 
BRENNEMAN,  HOWARD  BENJAMIN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  June  G,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Uncle,  Lawrence  Jacob  Brenneman,  390  Nineteenth  Avenue, 

Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
NER,  FELIX  ERWIN,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Lena  Brenner,  G23  North  Colony  Street,  Meridian, 
Conn. 

BRESLIN,  GEORGE  ROSWELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Los  Angeles,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Breslin,  239  Fifteenth  Street,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 
BRESNAHAN,  DANIEL,  engineraan,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  January  16,  1917. 

Died :  St.  Elizabeths  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  November  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Psychosis,  due  to  organic  brain  disease. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Helen  Neligan,  South  Plymouth,  Mass. 
BRETZ,  HUBERT  HETZLER,  landsman  for  electrician   (R.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  May  16,  1918. 

Died :  West  Suburban  Hospital,  Oak  Park,  111.,  November  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Bretz,  504  West  Main  Street,  Celina,  Ohio. 


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134 

BBEUNINGER,  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  August  4,  1917. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Breuninger,  Cross  River,  N.  Y. 

BBEW,  THOMAS  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  April  20,  i918. 

Died :  Seattle,  Wash.,  July  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Carbolic-acid  poisoning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Katherine  Manley  Brew,  3727  Prospect  Avenue,  Kan- 
sas City,  Mo. 

BEEWER,  ALEXANDER  LELAND,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  G,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause  of  death :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Clara  W.  Brewer,  2131  Jefferson  Avenue,  Ogden,  Utah. 
BREWER,  CHARLES  JOSEPH,  landsman  for  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  William  Brewer,  1332  Union  Street  SW.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 
-BREWER,  EDWARD  ELIAS,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  August  15,  1916. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Manley,  March  19.  1918. 

Cause :  Due  to  explosion  on  board. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Delia  Holladay,  Lynchburg,  Ohio. 
BREWER,  GEORGE  B.,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  September  14,  191G. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  M.  Brewer,  Seligman,  Mo. 

BREWER,  HOLLAND  ALLISON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  I11M  July  3,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Grandmother,  Ethel  Herring,  San  Diego,  Calif. 
BREWSTER,  ALBERT  AUSTIN,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Haven,  Conn.,  March  27,  1917, 

Died :  L'Orient,  France,  naval  hospital,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Brewster,  142  View  Street,  New  Haven,  Conn. 
BREWSTER,  WALTER  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Annie  Eva  Brewster,  110  Foster  Street,  Brocktoa. 
Mass. 


135 

BBEYEB,  CARL  WILLIAM,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  May  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  P.  Breyer,  3185  West  Thirty-first  Street  SW.,  Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

BRICKELL,  HOWARD  AUSTIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  lun:  Mother,  Margaret  Janes  Ellsworth,  124  West  Tenth  Street, 

Jamestown,  N.  Y. 

BRICKLEY,  JOSEPH  GEORGE,  chief  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  January  1G,  1918. 

Died:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next   of  kin:   Wife,    Lucy    L.    Brickley,    6220    Addison     Street,     Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
BRICKO,  RAYMOND  MATTHEW,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Josephine  Bricko,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Eland,  Wis. 
BRIDGES,  EARL  HAMPTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  El  Paso,  Tex.,  January  19,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  March  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mamie  Bridges,  Pleasant  Hill,  La. 
BRIDGES,  JESSE  WILLIAM,  carpenters'  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  April  5,  1918. 

Died:  Quebec,  Canada,  September  25,  191S. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  P.  Bridges,  Tonganoxie,  Kans. 
BRIDGES,  JOSEPH  CHARLES,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:   Mother,   Mary   Elizabeth   Bridges,   3840   Page   Avenue,   St 

Louis,  Mo. 
BBIEGER,  JOHN  FRANK,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  11,  1916. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  November  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Arthur  Brieger,  620  East  Ninth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
BRIGGS,  AUGUSTUS  OEMLER,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Savannah,  Ga.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  28, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Jane  Briggs.  Kellar,  Ga. 


136 

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BBIGGS,  ROTHA  BROWN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  July  18, 1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  A.  Briggs,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Fletcher,  N.  C. 
BBIIX,  BENJAMIN  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Frances  Evans  Brill,  112  Wilson  Street,  Joliet,  III. 
BRILL,  WILLIAM  PETER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  III.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Brill,  1091  Spencer  Street,  Appleton,  Wis. 
BBINGHURST,  EDWIN  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  25, 1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  Bringhurst,  Essington,  Pa. 
BBINTON,  CALEB  BOLIVAR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  October  2G,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  March  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  David  Brinton,  R.  F.  D.  4,  Murray,  Utah. 
BKINTON,  ROY  JOHN,  landsman  for  quartermaster  (A.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  9, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Brinton,  14  Schanek  Avenue,  Pen  Argyl,  Pa. 
BBISK,  WILLIAM  FRANK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Springfield,  Mass.,  September  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rachel  Brisk.  10  Fremont  Street,  Gardiner,  Me. 
BBISLIN.  TIMOTHY  CHARLES,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Brislin,  Box  43,  Dougherty,  Iowa. 
BBISTER,  ROBERT  FITCH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Unlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  G,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Florence  Chatterton  Brister,  473G  Hazel  Avenue, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 


137 

BKISTOW,  ARTHUB  EATELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  January  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelliam  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  June  15, 1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  acute  pulmonary  miliary. 

Next  of  kind :  Mother,  Jane  R.  Bristow,  2105  Beverly  Road,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
BBITT,  GEOKGE,  landsman  for  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Eastleigh,  England,  October  5,  *191& 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Barbara  Britt,  Renwick,  Iowa. 

BBITT,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate   (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hannah  Britt,  Delhi,  Iowa. 

BBOCK,  EMLON  JEFFERSON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Birmingham,  Ala.,  May  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  G,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Jefferson  Brock,  Graceville,  Fla. 
BBOCK,  MARSDON,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  base,  naval  hospital,  Virginia,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Estana  Brock,  Mount  Olive,  N.  C. 
BBOCKMAN,  ANTHONY  CORNELIUS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  April  24,  1910. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause  of  death :  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Frances  Prinzbach,  440  Klotter   Street,  Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

BBOCKMAN,  EMIL  JENNINGS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Arthur  Brockman,  Ulman,  Mo. 
BBODEBICK,  PHILIP  JOSEPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  9,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Philip  J.  Broderick,  513  East  Eighty-eighth  Street, 

New  York,  N.  Y. 
BBOEGGER,  JOSEPH  WILLIAM,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  4,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Tjisenbang,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  Broegger,  1131  North  Fourth  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 


138 

BKOKAW,  SHERMAN  SEAL,  seaman.  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  3,  1917. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mia  da,  December  13,  1017. 
Cause:  Lost  overboard. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Vernon  S.  Brokaw,  86  South  Central  Avenue,  Wollas- 
tox,  Mass. 

r.KooKs,  HAROLD  KI.OUBNOY,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  June  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  Flournoy  Brooks,  1450  Irving  Street  NW., 

Washington,  D.  C. 
BROOKS,  JESSIE  WALTER,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  March  12,   1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  Polly  A.  F.  Bounds,  Thirty-sixth  and  Homan  Avenue, 

Waco,  Tex. 

BROOKS,  JOSEPH   BRYAN,   fireman,   third   class,    United    States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  J.  Brooks,  Bath,  N.  C. 
BROOKS,  JOSEPHUS  P.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  Boston,  Mass.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Daniel  Brooks,  Elba,  Ala. 
BROOKS,  PHILLIP,  seaman,  second  class,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  April  3,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wcildrecht,  July  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Diptheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Brooks,  5037  Kenmore  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
BROSTROM,  CARL  FREDERICK,  landsman  for  electrician  (G.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Abscess  of  kidney. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edith  Brostrom,  951  College  Avenue,  New  York,  N,  Y. 
BROUGHTON,  LYNNE  OWEN,  apprentice  soaman,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  30,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Myrtle  Sewell,  Lexington,  Ky. 
BROW,  JOHN  NEUMAN,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  December  2,  1914. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Carbolic  acid  poisoning. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Richard  Brown,  Tenton,  Mich. 


139 

BBOWN,  ALLIE  RICHARD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  29,  1013. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Ira  Brown,  1108  Tennessee  Street,  Vallejo,  Calif. 
BBOWN,  ANDREW  JACK,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  June  29,  1918. 

Died :  Gallops  Island,  Mass.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Fairy  Jenkins,  19  Francis  Street,  Charleston,  S.  C. 
BBOWN,  ANDREW  LEWIS,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  December  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  YM  February  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lena  Browi',  Throckmorton  Street,  Freehold,  N.  J. 
BBOWN,  BERNARD,  mess  attendant,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  President  Lincoln,  May  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Minnie  Brown,  1519  Dickinson  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
BBOWN,  CHARLES  LARAY,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  May  2,  1910. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Sophia  Brown,  2018  H  Street  NW.,  Washington,  D.  G. 
BKOWN,  CHARLES  WILLIAM  EVERETT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Bumkin  Island,  Mass.,  May  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  May  Brown,  Revere,  Mass. 
BBOWN.  CLIFFORD,  WILEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  19,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  February  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Rheumatic  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hattie  W.  Brown,  R.  F.  D.  3,  box  138,  Oregon  City, 

Oreg. 
BBOWN,  EDWARD  JOSEPH,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  June  13,  1918. 

Died:  At  home,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Louisa  Brown,  827  Fourth  Street  NE.,  Wash- 

ington,  D.  C. 
BBOWN,  ENOCH  GARRETT,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  6,  191G. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Paul  E.  Brown,  Port  Hayward,  Va. 
BBOWN,  FRED  HERMAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  WIiKam  Guest  Brown,  Poy  Sippi,  Wis. 


140 

BBOWN,  GEORGE  ESTEN,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died:  Pauillac,  France,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mabel  Norris  Brown,  Elm  Street,  Westfield,  N.  J. 
BROWN,  HARKY  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Brown,  223  West  Spring  Street,  Titusville,  Pa. 
BROWN,  HENRY  SQUARES,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Sayville,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2/1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ethel  Louise  Brown,  East  Moriches,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 
BBOWN,  JAMES  WILSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Matsonia,  September  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  W.  Brown,  316  Oak  Street,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
BROWN,  JOHN  CLEVELAND,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  September  25,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  D.  Brown,  Wallace,  N.  C. 
BROWN,  JOHN  DEWEY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Rappahannock,  April  G,  1918. 

Cause:  Strangulation. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Brown,  Bowdoinham,  Me. 
BROWN,  LEE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  February  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ella  Brown,  Seneca,  Mo. 
BROWN,  Louis  HENRY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Bronchial  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Brown,  Boonton  Avenue,  Butler,  N.  J. 
BROWN,  LOYD  ABSOLUM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Georgia,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bettie  Brown,  R.  F.  D.  1,  box  104,  Jacksonville,  N.  C. 
BROWN,  MILLARD  FLETCHER,  electrician,  third  class  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  April  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  February  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lue  Brown,  1123  East  Church  Street,  Stockton,  Calif. 


141 

BROWN,  RAYMOR  RTLEY,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  June  11,  1917. 

Died :  France,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lucy  W.  Brown,  Rochmart,  Ga. 
BROWN,  ROBERT  ROY,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eliza  J.  Brown,  Liberty  Hill,  Williamson,  Tex. 
BROWN,  ROBERT  S.,  Jr.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  October  25,  191G. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Cavite,  P.  I.,  January  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  R.  S.  Brown,  R.  R.  2,  Pottsboro,  Tex. 
BROWN,  STEPHEN  EDWIN,  Jr.,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Stephen  E.  Brown,  sr.,  Fayette,  Mo. 
BROWN,  THOMAS  SIDNEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  October  24.  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solnce,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Isaac  Brown,  Prendal,  Wash. 
BROWN,  VERNE  ALDWIN,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  November  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  May  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Mabel  Brown,  Oxford,  Kans. 

BROWN,  WILLIAM  FREDERICK,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  February  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Minnie  M.  Brown,  250  Rogers  Street,  Lowell,  Mass. 
BROWNE,  GEORGE  C.,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  November  2,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Great  Northern,  May  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Angina  ludovici. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Elizabeth  J.  Pay,  1123  South  Race  Street,  Spo- 
kane, Wash. 

BROWNE,  WILLIS  QUINCY,  warrant  officer's  cook,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  15,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  August  2G,  1918. 

k     Cause:  Malignant  tumor. 
Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Hattie  Waldon,  916  Smith  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 


142 

BROWNELL,  LAWRENCE  WILLIAM,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  22,  3917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  19,  1917. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next   ot    kin:    Grandmother,    Elizabeth    Brownell,   252    Melrose   Avenue, 

Elgin,  111. 

EUOWNER,  EDWAKD  BRYAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  31,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rosa  Browner,  McKinney,  Ky. 
BBOWNLEY,  STANLEY  EDWARD,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  23,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  base  hospital,  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  2,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  V.  Brownley,  Quinn,  Va. 
BROWNMILLER,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  V.  Brownmiller,  Quincy,  Iowa. 
BRUBAKER,  MOSES   JEROME,  apprentice  seaman,   United   States  "Naval   Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  3, 1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause :  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Bmbaker,  Elvesson,  Pa. 
BRUCE,  CHARLES  WESLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  Ctiy,  Utah,  May  29, 1918. 
Died:  Submarine  base,  Coco  Solo  (Panama  Hospital),  Colon,  October  15, 

1918. 

Cause :  Typhoid  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Bruce,  Wooldridge,  Mont. 

BRUCE,  DANIEL  ELDRED,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  August  14,  1918. 
Died :  Mare  Island  Navy  Yard,  Calif.,  October  19, 1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Hazel  Viola  Bruce,  1165  O'Farrell  Street,  San  Fran 

Cisco,  Calif. 

BRUCE,  FRANK  WILLIAM,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  July  5,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  31, 1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:   Mother,  Clara  Bertha  Bruce,   455  Alder   Street,   Portland. 

Oreg. 


143 

GUY  W.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  May  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  8, 1917. 

Cause:  Stomatitis  (inanition). 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harvey  G.  Bruce,  White  River,  S.  Dak. 
BBUCE,  JOSEPH  ABTHUB,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  17,  1918. 

Died :  Gallops  Island,  Boston,  Mass.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Guardian,  Peter  Joseph  Dugan,  171  Summer  Street,  Waltham, 

Mass. 
BBUCE,  WILLIAM  GEORGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Williamsport,  Pa.,  May  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  W.  Bruce,  Constable,  N.  Y. 

BBUESCH,  HABOLD  CHABLES,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24, 1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Lillian  Bruesch,  4034  Monroe  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
BBUHN,  ROLF,  ship  fitter,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  April  27,  1918. 

Died :  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  October  29, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Sveud  Bruhn,  Enumclaw,  Wash. 
BBUKER,  FBANCIS  HOBABT,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  17,  1916. 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  May  Frances  Bruker,  758  Ashbury  Street,  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 
BBUMBAUGH,  BASIL  FLOYD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  November  11,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  St.  Louis,  January  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kind :  Father,  George  W.  Brumbaugh,  Franklin,  Nebr. 
BBUNDBETT,  OSCAB  BEBNABD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  August  12,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hattie  Brundrett,  Rockport,  Tex. 
BBUKELL,  ANDBEW  ROY,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  May  23,  1917. 

Died :  Section  1,  fifth  naval  district,  Baltimore,  Md.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Millie  Mosser,  2063  Encinal  Avenue,  Alameda, 
Calif. 


144 

BBUNELL,  OMER  HABRY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  \Vls.f  August  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  III.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Mary  Preant,  post-office  box  317,  Ironwood,  Mich. 
BRUNKHARDT,  JOHN  W.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  26,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alcedo,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ellen  Brunkhardt,  314  Wierfield  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
BBUNN,  GEORGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ingebur  Smith  Brunt,  Pinewood,  Minn. 
BBUNNER,  FRANK,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Sail  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  25,  1910. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Jacob  Brunner,  466  Oak  Street,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
BRYAN,  DAVID  STEWART,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Jacksonville,  Fla.,  April  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  section  base,  Jacksonville,  Fla.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louisa  Norton  Bryan,  Kissimmee,  Fla. 
BRYAN,  GEORGE  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  30,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  T.  Bryan,  34  Quincy,  Quincy,  Mass. 
BRYAN,  J.  COY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Birmingham,  Ala.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jim  Gilbert  Bryan,  R.  3,  box  9,  Cullman,  Ala. 
BUCHANAN,  CHARLES  FRANCIS  DOUGLAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Annapolis,  Md.,  January  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Gunshot  wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  D.  Buchanan,  209  Morgan  Street,  Weehawken, 

N.  J. 
BUCHOLZ,  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  June  1,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Bucholz,  2117  Cortland  Street,  Chicago,  111. 


145 

BUCK,  GUY  MARTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Edward  Buck,  Millville,  Pa. 
BUCKLEY,  JEREMIAH  JOSEPH,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :    Boston,  Mass.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Georgia,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Buckley,  5  Carroll  Street,  Chelsea,  Mass. 
BUCKLEY,  LAURENCE  IVEN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  2,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  died  while  on  leave  at 
home,  April  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Buckley,  410  Cottage  Street,  Whitewater,  Wis. 
BUCKLEY,  LEO  JOSEPH,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  April  24,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Dixie,  S.  P.  701,  June  11, 1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nellie  Buckley,  Whitman,  Mass.,  84  Star  Street 
BUCKMAN,  HARRY  EDWARD,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  August  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Laura  Buckman,  1245  Day  Street,  Green  Bay,  Wis. 
BUCKNER,  MILES  FRANKLIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  April  3,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  III.,  May  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinul  fever  (pleurisy  suppunitive). 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Louella  Florence  Buckner,  Morris,  La. 
BUDD,  THOMAS  VIR-GAL,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy.  , 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  19,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Delia  Budd,  Medaryville,  Ind. 

BUDDEMEYER,  CLIFFORD  WILLIAM,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  22,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Maine,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Henry  Buddemeyer,  1032  Main  Street,  Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
BUDER,  MAX  FELIX  GUSTAV,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticondcroga,  September  5,  1918.- 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Max  Buder,  father,  10  Days  Lane,  Webster,  Mass. 
174483—20 10 


146 

WILLIAM  EMIL,  seaman,  United  Slates  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  YM  January  30,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Burrows,  March  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Gustav  Manther,  Fourteenth  Street  Avenue,  D.f 

College  Point,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 
BTTLAY,  WILLIAM,  gunner's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Annapolis,  Md.,  December  4,  1911. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Reina  Mercedes,  November  8,  1917. 

Cause :  Valvular  disease,  chronic  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Flora  E.  Bulay,  Go  Calvert  Street,  Annapolis,  Md. 
BULLINGER,  FRED  OLIVER,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  October  23,  1914. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  H.  E.  Bullinger,  Wichita,  Kans. 
BULLOCK,  CHARLES  ELDON,  shipfitter,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  El  Paso,  Tex.,  May  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Syphilis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  Bullock,  G.  D.,  Severy,  Kans. 

BUMGARNER,  BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Pnrkersburg,  W.  Va.,  May  23,  1918. 

Died :  No.  3  hospital,  Leith,  Scotland,  November  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Bennie  K.  Bumgarner,  Spilman,  W.  Va. 
BTJMILLER,  WILLIAM,  ship's  cook,  third  class.  Unitod  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Bay  Shore,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  August  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  broken  neck. 

Next  of  kin:   Mother,   Elizabeth   Bumiller,   1GS  West  One  hundred   and 
,          seventh  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
BUMSTEAD,  MAURICE  GRIFFIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  B.  Bumstead,  43  Austin  Street,  Charlestown, 

Mass. 

BUNDRICK,  CARL  CHESTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Resenr* 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  July  16, 1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  1C,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  O.  Bundrick,  R.  2,  Pomaria,  S.  C. 
BUNTING,  SIMON,  landsman  for  baker,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Bunting,  55  Howard  Street,  Detroit,  Mich. 


147 

BTJBBRIDGE,  JAMES  MILTON,  quartermaster,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  August  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Edna  Mae  Burbridge,  6244  East  Fourteenth  Street, 

Kansas  City,  Mo. 

BUBCH,  JAMES  MADISON,  landsman  for  electrician    (R.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  15,  191S. 

Died:  Naval  aviation  repair  base,  Eastleigh,  England,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kiu :  Brother,  Harold  W.  Burch,  Jackson,  Tenn. 

BUBCH,  JOSEPH  ERNEST,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  2.  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  L.  Burch,  Plant  City,  Fla. 
BUBCKHARTT,  MONTGOMERY  PIKE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  June  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  April  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  J.  Burckhartt,  608  South   Vaughn   Street, 

Cleburne,  Tex. 
BUBDET,  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  April  22,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  America,  December  2,  1917. 

Cause:  Heart  failure. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gustave  Burdet,  650  Brown  Avenue,  Knoxville,  Tenn. 
BUBFORD,  EDWARD  SCOTT,  chief  quartermaster,   United    States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  Mny  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyons,  Colo.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Mallie  D.  Burford,  Waugh,  Va. 
BURGESS,  LENON  THOMAS,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  April  15,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Stella  Burgess,  Burlington,  Tex. 
BURGETT,  PAUL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  May  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  C.  Burgett,  Lewiston,  111. 
BURK,  FRANK  WILLIAM,  pharmacist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  December  10,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ivy  L.  Burk,  1313  East  Sixth  Street,  Sioux   Falls, 
S.  Dak. 


148 

BUBK,  IBWIN  EAKL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  19,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Myrtle  Wilson  Burk,  R.  F.  D.  No.  5,  Elsie,  Mich. 
BUBKABT,  ROY  Louis,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  March  28,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  20,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Euin  F.  Burkart,  1420  New  York  Avenue,  Fort  Worth, 

Tex. 
BURKE,  EDMUND  CORNELIUS,   landsman  electrician    (R),  United   States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  25,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  18,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  O'Leary  Burke,  Cladwin,  Mich. 
BURKE,  JAMES,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  July  24,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Bronchial  pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Chance  Burke,  405  Ninth  Street,  Waynesboro, 

Ga. 

BURKE,  MYLES  MARTIN,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Allentown,  Pa.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  Brest  France,  October  2,  1918. 
Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  J.  Burke,  Connerton,  Pa. 
BURKE,  RALPH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  June  2,  1917. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 
Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  Lizzie  Sylvester,  23  Lennox  Avenue,  Norwood, 

Mass. 

BURKE.  RICHARD,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Boston,  Muss.,  May  19,  1917. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Manlcy,  March  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Injuries  received  in  explosion. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Katherine  Welch,  114  Central  Avenue;  Chelsea,  Mass. 
BURKHART,  WALTER  WESTLEY,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  February  21,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  14,  1918. 
Cause :    Pneumonia,   broncho. 
Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Nina  E.  Burkhart,  2501  North  Broadway,  Knoxville, 

Tenn. 

BURKS,  ELZTE  OZY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  November  27,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause :    Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sudia  Burks,  Adamsville,  Tenn. 


149 

BURNETT,  BRYAN  SCOTT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  November  2G,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  22,  1918. 
Cause :   Pleurisy,   suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harrison  L.  Burnett,  La  Cygne,  Kans. 
BUBNETT,  CHARLES  MILTON,  landsman  for  musician,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  17,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Burnett,  2G2  Cypress  Street,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
BURNETT,  CLAUD,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  14,  1917. 
Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  October  4,  1918. 
Cause :    Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Lydia  Denton,  Bladen,  Nebr. 

BURNETT,  DEWEY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  August  7,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Burnett,  Webster,  N.  Y. 
BURNS,  CLARE  HENRY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  August  2,  1918.  ..* ..., 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Aunt,  Mrs.  Elzie  Worch,  55  Connecticut  Avenue,  Detroit,  Mich. 
BURNS,  DAVID  EVANS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Doris  Ette  Burns,  Holland,  N.  Y. 
BURNS,  DENIS  DANIEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  March  6,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  5,  1917. 
Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  J.  Burns,  5630  Bishop  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
BURNS,   EDWARD  JAMES,   fireman,   third   class,   United   States  Naval   Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  28,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  Thomas  John  Burns,  2873  West  Grant  Boulevard, 

Detroit,  Mich. 

BURNS,  ERNEST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  May  14,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Burns,  316  Union  Street,  Ashland,  Ohio. 
BURNS,  ERNEST  VINCEN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  July  5,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Delaware,  October  16,  1918. 
Cause :  Compression  of  thorax. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rhoda  Burns,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Grass  Creek,  Ind. 


150 

BUKNS,  GEORGE  ALFBED,  seaman,  second  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Clielsea,  Mass.,  February  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Dilation,  acute  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  Burns,  52  Bonaire  Street,  Somerville,  Mass. 
BURNS,  JAMES,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cavite,  P.  I.,  January  11,  191G. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Whipple,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  William-  R.  Burns,  1002  Iris  Street,  Lake  Charles, 

La. 
BURNS,  MAURICE  FREDERICK,  firemnn,  thlnl  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  battle  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,  Henry  J.  Burns,  129  Eutah   Street,  East  Boston, 

Mass. 
BURNS,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y.,  February  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Sampson,  July  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Poison,  arsenobienzal   (acute). 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Burns,  23  Harmony  Street,  Cohoes,  N.  Y. 
BURKES.  CHARLES  COLRERTSON,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  September  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  14,  1818. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Jessie  McClaim  Burres,  415  East  Forty-first  Street,  Los 

Angel.es,  Calif. 
BURRTS,  DON  MULLINS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  December  1,  1017. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  snppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sallie  Campbell,  422  Johnson  Avenue,  Lexington,  Ky. 
BURROW,  JAMES  SANFORD,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  May  17,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nan  Burton,  Eagle  Mills,  Ark. 
BURT,  GERALD  .WILLIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  July  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  Qctober  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Shirley  Francis  Burt,  Russell,  N.  Y. 
BURTON,  EVAN  WILLIAM,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  14,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  El  Capitan,  July  G,  1918. 

Cause:  Wounds  received  in  auto  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Frederick,  653  North  Forty-sixth  Street, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 


151 

BTJBTON,  HARRY  HAMILTON,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  June  13,  1917. 

Died:  Marine  barracks,  Quantico,  Va.,  September  2G,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Hamilton  A.  Burton,  427  Buchanan  Street,  Bristol,  Va, 
BURTON,  RICHARD,  Jr.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  31,  1917. 

Died :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Skull  crushed  by  trolley  car. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Cathrine  Ella  Burton,  1705  Juniata  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa.  5 
BUBWKLL,  CLOYD  RAY,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  F.  Burwell,  Leipsic,  Ohio. 
BUSCH,  CHARLES  EDWARD,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  June  1G,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  VWalobos,  April  1C,  1917. 

Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Cathrine  Busch,  109  Riverside,  Beaumont,  Tex. 
BUSH,  ARTHUR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  G,  191S. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Bush,  4  Charlton  Street,  Princeton,  N.  J. 
BUSH,  HOWARD  JACKSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  J.  Bush,  130  Prospect  Street,  Gloverville,  N.  Y. 
BUSH,  JAMES  HENRY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  24,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wainwright,  August  4,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Anna  Bush,  36  Swan  Street,  Brockton,  Mass. 
BUSH,  JOHN  HARRISON,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  July  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Mastoiditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Griffith  Bush,  Sardis,  Miss. 
BUSH,   Louis   WILLIAM,   commissary   steward,   United    States   Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  26,  1918. 

Died:  Navy  hospital,  L'Orient,  France,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:   Mother,   Sarah  William  Bush,   195  Walnut  Street,  Mont- 
clair,  N.  J. 


152 

BUSH,  WILLIAM  FREDERICK,  electrician,  third  class  (It),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenii.,  July  3,  1917. 

Died :  TL  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Bush?  Danville,  Tenn. 
BUSHALL,  WILLIAM  HAN  SELL,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newbern,  N.  C.,  July  1.5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Henry  Bushall,  Beaufort,  N.  C. 
BUSHNELL,  REGINALD,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Palmer,  299  Glenwood  Avenue,  East  Orange, 

N.  J. 
BUSICK,  ANDREW,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Sophie  Busick,  436  West  Fifty-third  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 
BUSSE,  GUSTAV  PHILIP,  quartermaster,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  January  17,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Buena  Ventura,  September  16, 1918. 

Cause:  Lost  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gustav  H.  Busse,  1417  East  Second  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
BTJSSEY,  EWELL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Birmingham,  Ala.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ewell  W.  Bussey,  Route  3,  Albany,  Ala. 
BUTCHER,  CABL  BURDETTE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  11, 1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Minnie  Butcher,  121  Fourth  Avenue,  Hadden  Heights, 

N.  J. 

BUTCHER,  CHARLES  ERNEST,  apprentice  seaman   (R),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Training  Camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  9, 1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Butcher,  Maynardville,  Tenn. 

BUTEAU,  THOMAS  WILLIAM,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  April  23, 1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Don  Juan  de  Austria,  August  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Mary  Jane  Buteau,  132  Bowditch  Street,  New  Bedford, 
Mass. 


153 

BUTLER,  ARTHUR  WELLINGTON,  musician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  December  5, 1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Naval  Base,  Va.,  October  1, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Josephine  Butler,  110  East  Avenue,  East  Syracuse, 

N.  Y. 
BUTLER,  JOHN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  22,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  Collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Sarah  Fox,  1  Forrest  Street,  Harrison,  N.  J. 
BUTLER,  JOHN  EDWARD,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  7, 191G. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6, 1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  M.  Butler,  Cushman  Avenue,  Revere,  Mass. 
BUTLER,  MONETTE  FORD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  November  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  14, 1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gabez  William  Butler,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Liberty,  Miss. 
BUTLER,  REUBEN  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  Reuben  Arthur  Butler,  Doswell,  Va. 
BUTLER,  PAUL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Aaron  P.  Butler,  Lanagan,  Mo. 

BUTLER,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  plumber  and  fitter,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Butler,  18  Olive  Street,  Revere,  Mass. 
BUTTS,  VERNON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  December  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Anna  Butts,  post-office  box  37,  Fairfax,  Olka. 
BUTTERWORTH,  HAROLD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  November  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Butterworth,  Roche  Harbor,  Wash. 


154 

BYEBLY,  CLEO  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  May  21, 1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Coclira,  July  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Harvey  L.  Byerly,  Pitt  and  Riley  Avenues,  London, 

Ohio. 

BYEBS,   ALVAH    ETHAN,    fireman,    third   class,    United    States   Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died:  St.  Catherine's  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  F.  Byers,  Jewell  City,  Kans. 
BYERS,  CONNIE  RANDAL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  El  Paso,  Tex.,  February  19,  1917. 

Died :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  C,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Mary  Byers,  general  delivery,  Winters,  Tex. 
BYERS,  SAMUEL  HARRIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston.  Mass.,  March  30,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Florence  Byers,  14  Webster  Street,  Gloucester,  Mass. 
BYERS,  SAMUEL  HOPE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital.  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  12, 1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Byers,  Sharon,  S.  C. 
BYBAM,  ALLEN  GREEN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  June  1C,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  August  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis,  acute  pneumonic. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  Byram,  Holden,  Mo. 

BYED,  ROBERT  DOYEN  SEMMES,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  New  London,  Conn.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clara  S.  Byrd,  4  West  Twentieth  Street,  Baltimore, 

Md. 
BYRER,  ERNEST  EZRA,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Intl.,  June  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  October  29,  1917. 

Cause:  Mastoiditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Gertrude  Garton,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Elnora,  Ind. 
BYRNE,  JAMES  SYLVESTER,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  16.  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Artemis,  December  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Mrs.  Anna  McLaughlin,  2356  Concourse,  Bronx,  New 
York. 


155 

BYXBEE,  ALFRED  AUSTIN,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve  Force. 

Enlisted  :  Detroit,  Mich.,  February  23, 1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  New  Mexico,  September  4, 1918. 

Cause:  Fracture  of  left  pelvis. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Frank  Byxbee,  Port  Washington,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

York. 
CADS,  ALFONSO  N.,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Olongapo,  P.  I.,  July  7,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  acute  pneumonic. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jose  Cads,  Paete,  Lalaguna,  P.  I. 
CADY,  RALPH  GORDON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  April  27,  191G. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Leonidas,  October  2,  1917. 

Cause:  Lost  overboard. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Abbie  Cady,  R.  F.  D.  3,  box  124,  Miami,  Fla. 
CALDWELL,  CHARLES  HABVEY,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  M.  Caldwell,  Sherodsville,  Ohio. 
CALDWELL,  LUSTER  JEWELL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Temporary  quarantine  hospital,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  Walter  Chambers,  R.  F.  JD.  2,  Alexander,  Ark. 
CALDWELL,  RENNIE  ELMER,  apprentice  seaman,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mabel  Z.  Oaldwell,  box  1024,  Swanton,  Nebr. 

CALHOUN,  CHARLES  CLIFFORD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  November  2G,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  February  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Calhoun,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Atlanta,  Ind. 
CALHOUN,  CLAUDY  BARTON,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  April  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  March  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Virginia  B.  Calhoun,  912  F  Street,  Lawton,  Okla. 
CALHOUN,  ELMER  CADWELL,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  June  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticondcroga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  T.  D.  Calhoun,  Rockland,  Idaho. 


156 

CALICO,  GEORGE  HARRISON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  4,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  2,  1918. 
%  Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Virginia  Calico,  R.  F.  D.  4,  Richmond,  Ky. 
CALKIN,  WALDO  PIERRIE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  June  5,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Anna  May  Calkin,  120  Northwest  Boulevard,  Vineland, 

N.  J. 
CALL,  GEORGE  ALBERT,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate,  (A),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  27,  1918. 
Died :  No.  5  Ash  Street,  Salem,  Mass.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Lillian  Call,  49  Trenton  Street,  Pawtucket,  R.  I. 
CALLAHAN,  FRANK  VARLIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  November  28,  1917. 
Died :  Training  camp,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  December  30,  1917. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  M.  C.  Callahan,  Red  Rock,  Tex. 
CALLAHAN,  JAMES  WILLIAM,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  12,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lohanna  Callahan,  167  Rexborough  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

CALLAHAN,,  JOHN,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  16,  1911. 
Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 
Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  James  Haynes,  Weals,  Mass. 
CALLAHAN,  THOMAS  OSCAR,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  6,  1917. 
.  Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Thomas  Callahan,  606  Oak  Street,  Toledo,  Ohio. 
CALLAHAN,  WILLIAM  HENLY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  December  12,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  17,  1918. 
Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elmina  Callahan,  Honea  Path,  S.  C. 
CALLAHAN,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  fireman  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  21,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  31,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lettie  Callahan,  704  West  Main  Street,  Urbana,  Hi 


157 

GALLAWAY,  CLARENCE  TUTTLE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  June  27,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  18,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Victoria  Callaway,  Davidson,  N.  C. 
CALLA WAY, 'WARREN  HARPER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force.  * 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  James  G.  Crawford,  Molino,  Mo. 

CALLBACK,  WILLIAM  CLAUDE,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  25,  1917. 
Died :  France,  October  3,  1918. 
Cause:  Wounds. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Callback,  807  Stanley  Avenue,  Detroit,  Mich, 
CALLIHAN,  CARL  LESLIE,   fireman,  third  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  4,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hannah  Callihan,  Pactolus,  Ky. 
CALMEYN,  CHARLES  MICHAEL,  plumber  and  fitter,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  24,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Calmeyn,  3243  Ogden  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
CALVELAGE,  GROVER  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio   July  C,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Calvelage,  Fort  Jennings,  Ohio. 
CAMERON,  ALVIN  LAWRENCE,  apprentice  seaman.  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  Orleans  La.,  March  20,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  1,  1917. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 
Next   of  kin :  Mother,   Barbara   Redmond,   530   Esplanade   Avenue,   New 

Orleans,  La. 
CAMERON,  ANGUS  ARCHIBALD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  April  25  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  January  25,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of 'kin:  Mother,  Catherine  Cameron,  51  Linden  Street,  Dorchester, 

Mass. 
CAMERON,  SAMUEL  SCOTT,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  June  8,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  October  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza  and  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W'illiam  P.  Cameron,  1722  Commerce  Street,  Dallas, 
Tex. 


158 

CAMPBELL  BURT  FREDERICK,  quartermaster,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  November  13,  1014. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Aneurism  (diagnosis). 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Orria  Moore,  Twenty-third  Street  and   Avenue  G, 

Kearney,  Nebr. 
CAMPBELL,  DALE  VERN,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Ore?.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pauillac,  France,  August  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  airplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lulu  Campbell,  527  Marion  Street,  Portland,  Oreg. 
CAMPBELL.  DON  CAMERON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Oreu  W.  Campbell,  74  Douglas  Street,  Columbus, 

Ohio. 
CAMPBELL,  DONALD  E.,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Bar  Harbor,  Me.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  January  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Seth  T.  Campbell,  Island  Falls,  Me. 

CAMPBELL,  EARL  JEFFERSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  March  25,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  NebrasJca,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  W.  Campbell.  Pigeon,  Pa. 

CAMPBELL,  EDWARD  HOWARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  G,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Sylvan  Arrow,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ethel  Campbell,  Oak  Hill.  Ohio. 
CAMPBELL,  JAMES  McA.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Charleston,  S.  C.,  July  13,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  R.  Campbell,  Hamer,  S.  C. 
CAMPBELL,  JOHN  DAVID,  electrician,  third  class  (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Yorktown,  Va.,  April  1C,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Panther,  October  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Carbon  monoxide  poisoning  (accidental). 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mattie  Campbell,  G56  South  Eighth  Street,  Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
CAMPBELL,  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Electric  shock. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.   Julia  Campbell,  616  West  Sherman  Avenue, 
Pontiac,  111. 


159 

CAMPBELL,  LESLIE  JOSEPH,  landsman  for  electrician  (It.),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  15,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  Alexander  Campbell,  1487  Sterling  Place,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
CAMPBELL,  MARCEL  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Haven,  Conn.,  April  1C,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  10,  1918. 
Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  J.  Campbell,  423J  Garden  Street,  Hartford, 

Conn. 

CAMPBELL,  NEAL  Dow,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  July  20,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Campbell,  Grand  River,  Iowa. 
CAMPBELL,  RICHARD  BACOT,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  August  5,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Ada  M.  Campbell,  2709  East  Twelfth  Street,  Kansas 

City,  Mo. 

CAMPBELL,  WALTER,  seamnn,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
'  Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  14,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Los  Angeles,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mabel  Campbell,  519  West  Eighth  Street,  Wilmington, 

Del. 

CAMPBELL,  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  5,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  5,  1917. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Campbell,  1334  Second  Avenue,  New  York, 

N.  Y. 

CAMPBELL,  WILLIAM  CLIFFORD,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  May  4,  1917. 
Died :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  November  10,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Alda  Campbell,  3409  South  D  Street,  Tacoma,  Wash. 
CAMPBELL,  WILLIAM  TAYLOR,  chief  commissary  steward,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Navy  yard,  New  York,  May  25,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Margaret  Campbell,  574  Ovington  Avenue,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 


CANAN,  CHARLES  EDWABD,  apprentice  seaman,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  August  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Francis  Canan,  5632  Rhodes  Avenue,  Chicago,  III 
CANAVAN,  JOHN  BARTHOLOMEW,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  1,  1918. 

Died :  St.  Peter's  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  C.  Canavan,  94  Fourth  Place,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
CANAVAN,  PATRICK  JOSEPH,  storekeeper,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  At  home,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Margaret  Canavan,  867  Dorchester  Avenue,  Dorchester, 

Mass. 
CANFIELD,  ALBA  BASHOR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  W.  Canfield,  Hallo  well,  Kans. 
CANFIELD,  HERBERT  FLORIAN,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  1,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Miami,  Fla.,  August  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  spine. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Dr.  Herbert  H.  Canfield,  1804  East  Fiftieth  Street, 

Seattle,  Wash. 
CANN,  Louis  ARTHUR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  January  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Cann,  Holton,  Kans. 
CANSLER,  CHARLES  OSCAR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  December  13,  1914. 

Died:  Naval  station, threat  Lakes,  111.,  February  2,  191& 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  H.  Cansler,  Paducah,  Tex. 
CANTER,  GEORGE  THOMAS,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  April  16,1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Nevada,  May  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Canter,  Camp  Nelson,  Ky. 

CANTLION,  FRANCIS  XAVIER,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  El  Paso,  Tex.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Harry  C.  Cantlion,  One  hundred  and  fifty-eighth  In- 
fantry, Company  G,  National  Army. 


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CANTRELL,  EVANS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  14,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Cantrell,  McMinnville,  Tenn. 
CANTWELL,  EDWARD  JAMES,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 

Naval  Beserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  January  2,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  October  29,  1918. 
Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  Richard  Cantwell,  49  Porter  Boulevard,  Cambridge, 

Mass. 

CANTWELL,  RUSSELL  VINCENT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  26,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  February  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Cantwell,  34  Windel  Park,  Tarrytown,  N.  Y. 
CARBERRY,  FRANK  EDWARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  26,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  A.  Carberry,  1913  Seneca  Street,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
CAREY,  LEO  MARTIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  May  18,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Tyler,  May  2,  1918. 
Cause:  Lost  at  sea. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Carey,  Albert  Lea,  Minn. 

CAREY,  MICHAEL  JOSEPH,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Fort  Lafayette,  April  23,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  October  2,  1918. 
Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Anna  E.  Carey,  1869  Cropsey  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
CAREY,  THOMAS,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  9,  1917. 
Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Carey,  R.  F.  D.  4,  Cedar  Springs,  Mich. 
CARLEY,  HERBERT  LESLIE,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  October  24,  1912. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  12,  1917. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harry  Carley,  Bucksport,  Me. 
CARLEY,  LYNN  DEWITT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  October  24,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  April  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  A.  Carley,  R.  F.  D.  box  24,  Franklin,  N.  Y. 
CARLILE,  HERMAN  JAMES,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  April  3,  1916. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Loufeville,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elmer  E.  Carlile,  528  Polk  Street,  Eugene,  Oreg. 
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162 

CARLIN,  JOSEPH  FRANK,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  October  31,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Motcmo.  July  31.  1917. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  sunk  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Carlin,  403  Taylor  Street,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
CARLSEN,  HARBY  EMIL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  August  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Crio  S.  Carlsen,  Fenwick,  Midi. 
CARLSON,  ALVIN  CARL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Lydia  O.  Carlson,  2731  West   Thirty-ninth   Street, 

Chicago,  111. 

CARLSON,  EARL  EDWARD,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate,  United  State*  NHVH! 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Fannie  Carlson,  2305  Powell  Avenue,  Chicago,  III. 
CARLSON,  FRITZ  THEODORE,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  2,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Nephritis,  chronic. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Charlotte  Carlson,  915  Pacific  Avenue,  Waukegan,  III. 
CARLSON,  GUSTAVE  ADOLPH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  11,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  July  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Endocarditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Anna  White,  1193  Jamaica  Avenue,  Woodhaven,  Long 

Island,  N.  Y. 
CARLSON,  LTJDWIG  JOHN,  gunner's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  27,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Las  Animas,  Colo.,  June  10,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  ^Florence  Vornsand,  Hinsdale,  111. 

CARLTON.  ANDREW  JACKSON,  landsman  for  machinist's  mare  (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Anna  Carlton,  Wayne,  N.  Y. 

CARLTON,    CARL    CTIARLKS,    apprentice    seaman,    United    Slaves    Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  Carlton,  Levering,  Mich. 


163 

CARLTON,  DUNCAN   VERL.  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  December  14,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  San  Diego,  Calif!,  February  10.  191  s. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrosptnal. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  May  Homes,  Salmon  City,  Idaho. 
CARLTON,  PAUL  CAREY,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  February  5,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  November  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  S.  E.  Carlton,  Garden  City,  Kans. 

CARMEAN,  BENJAMIN  HILTON,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Maria  E.  Carmean,  Snow  Hill,  Md. 

CABMICHAEL,  GEORGE  ALEXANDER,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  submarine  chaser  No.  215,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Fannie  Estelle  Carmichael.  wife,  18  Theresa  Place,  Tompkins- 

ville,  N.  Y. 
CARMINE,  ANDREW  MCKINLEY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  April  3,  1917. 

Died:  No.  3  hospital,  Leigh,  Scotland,  November  8.  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  J.  Carmine,  Cook,  Nebr. 
CARNALL,  MILTON  PAGE,  oiler,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  May  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island.  Calif.,  December  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Sclerosis,  disseminated. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Louise  Carnal!,  4247  Twentieth  Street,  San  Francisco, 

Calif. 
CARNEY,  GLENN  RAYMOND,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit.  Mich.,  July  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  4,  1917. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Carney,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Sandusky,  Mich. 
CARNICK,  NICK  VALENTINE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  February  9.  1918. 

Died :  Base  No.  17,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Accidentally  drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Francis  C.  Carnick,  375  Edward  Street,  Detroit,  Mich. 
CAROLAN,  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  9,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,   Lawrence   Carolan,   241    Webster   Avenue,    Chelsea, 
Mas«. 


164 

CAROM,  ALFRED  JOSEPH,  .seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  K»'SHr\>* 

Enlisted :  New  Bedford,  Mass.,  May  21,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Carom,  208  Nash  Road,  New  Bedford,  Mass. 
CARPENTER,  DORRIS  HARDIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Lenna  E.  Carpenter,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Sandidgos,  Va. 
CARPENTER,   ERVING  CHARLES,   engineman,   second   class,   United    States   Naval 
Reserve   Force. 

Enlisted:  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  August  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  10,  1918. 

Cause :   Pleurisy,   suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Walter  L.  Carpenter,  Rural  Route  2,  Laredo,  Mo. 
CARPENTER,  GEORGE  RUSSELL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  January  5,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  18,  1918. 

Cause:   Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  C.  Carpenter,  Bannister,  La. 

CARPENTER,  LLOYD  EARLE,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve    Force. 

Enlisted:  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  July  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :    Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Ives  M.  Totman,  614  Bloomfield  Street,  Hoboken, 

N.J. 
CARPENTER,  PERCY  LEON,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  10,  1913. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mabel  Carpenter,  2128  Newkirk  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
CARPENTER,  Ross  NILES,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force,  (R). 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  March  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Fannie  Carpenter,  160  Pertita  Street,  San  Francisco, 

Calif. 

CARR,  WARNER  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted  :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rillia  Carr,  Petersburg,  Ind. 

CARREKER,  HOWARD  GRADY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:   Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  R.  Carreker,  R.  1,  Eden,  Ala. 


165 

CAREICK,  HORACE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  April  17,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Carrick,  Seymour,  Mo. 

CARRIER,  PAUL  EXCINA,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  23,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Paul  Carrier,  900  West  Washington  Street,  Stockton, 

Calif. 
CARRIGAN,  HENRY  JOSEPH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  January  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nora  Carrigan,  32  Congress  Street,  Pittstield,  Mass. 
CARRIGAN,   JOHN  Louis,   seaman,   second  class,  United  States  Naval   Reserve 
.Force. 

Enlisted :  Whitestone,  N.  Y.,  April  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  Camilla  O.  Carrigan,  236  East  Sixtieth  Street, 

New  York,  N.  Y. 

CARRIKER,   CARL  EUGENE,   fireman,   third   class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ruby  L.  Carriker,  Irving,  111. 
CARROLL,  EARL  LEBARON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Montgomery,  Ala.,  July  6,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Columbus  A.  Carroll,  Oakgrove,  Ala. 

CARROLL,  JOHN  ALOYSIUS,  landsman  electrician   (R),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Catherine  Carroll,  4449  Washington   Building,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 
CARROLL,  JOHN  STEWART,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Abscess  of  neck. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Verrne  Carroll,  Box  6,  Sand  Creek,  Mich. 
CARROLL,  OWEN  WILLIAM,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  10,  1913. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y..  January  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Erysipelas. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Helena  M.  Carroll,  455  One  hundred  thirty-eighth 
Street,  New  York.  N.  Y. 


166 

GABROLL,  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  June  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Dennis  Carroll,  Pascoag,  R.  I. 
CAKKOTHEBS,  GEORGE  LOVE,  chief  carpenter's  mate,  United  Stales  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  April  12,  19 IS. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Shaw,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  George  Can-others,  1755  Leigh  ton  Avenue.  Los  Angeles, 

Calif. 

CARSON,  CHARLES  PRESTON,  seaman,  second  <'biss.  United  Stfites  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ulysses  T.  Carson,  R,  P.  D.  4,  Paxton,  111. 
CARSON,  RAYMOND  WESLEY,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force.  •> 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  26,  1917. 

Died :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mrs.  Louis  Carson,  1420  Farragut  Avenue,  Chicago, 

111. 
CARSON,  VAUGHN  WILFORD,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Wilmington,  N.  C.,  May  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  base,  Rochefort,  France,  May  31,  1918. 

Cause :  Automobile  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  John  M.  Carson,  Spartanburg,  S.  C. 
CARTAN,  GEORGE  HALL,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:. Dallas,  Tex.,  July  19,  1916. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Raleigh,  January  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  L.  Cartan,  1804  St.  Louis  Street,  Fort  Worth, 

Tex. 
CARTER,  CARL,  pharmacist's  mate,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Sampton  Roads,  Va..  September  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Lymphaticus. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  J.  A.  Carter,  Moorhaven,  Fla. 
CARTER,  CONNIE  JOSEPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  June  2,  1917. 

Cause:  Invenboried. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Alcala,  475  Royal  Street,  Beaumont,  Tex.  i 

CARTER,  LLOYD,  wardroom  steward,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Annapolis,  Ind.,  February  16,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Annapolis,  Md.,  February  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Chronic  cardiac. 

vt  of  kin  :  Wife,  Ella  Carter,  New  Bedford,  Mass. 


167 

CARTER,  SAM  DALLAS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  July  18,  1918. 

PitMl :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ellen  H.  Carter,  R.  1,  Waxhaw,  N.  C. 

CARTER,  SELBY  ANDERSON,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  London,  England,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lulu  A.  Carter,  Nicholasville,  Ky. 
CABTER,  VICTOB  HILLMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,   Me.,  March  21,   1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  August  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Nephritis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Annie  Carter,  Harrington,  Me. 
CART  WRIGHT,  WILLIAM  LESTER,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francirco,  Calif.,  January  23,  1917* 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  F-l,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned  at  sea. 

Next   of  kin :  Mother,   Amanda    Cartwright,   3437   Mono    Avenue,   Fresno. 

Calif. 

CARVER,  CYRUS  WINDFIELD,  fireman,  first  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  Training  Camp,  Hingham,  Mass.,  October  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother.  Annie  G.  Brown,  74  Cabot  Street,  Roxbury,  Mass. 
CARVER,  ROBERT  MAXWELL,  seaman,  second  cla?s,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Jacksonville,  Fla.,  July  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  September  26,  1918. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clara  E.  Carver,  White  Springs,  Fla. 
CARVER,  ROBERT  ORVILLE,  engineman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Jackson,  Miss.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  battle  wth  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Randolph  O.  Carver,  Poplarville,  Miss. 
CASE,  ANDY  BUTLER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  7,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Silas  A.  Case,  Windsor,  N.  Y. 
CASE,  FLOYD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  22,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  January  10,  1918.  * 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  -Harry  Case,  Netcong,  N.  J. 

CASE,   THURBER   DAVIS,   seaman,   second  class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  19,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.?  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Obediah  Case,  4  Adam  Street,  Newton,  N,  J. 


168 

CASE,  WALTER  MILLIARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  February  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,. Harry  W.  Case,  65  Graham  Avenue,  Hanover,  Pa. 
CASEY,  GUY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  23,  1914. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  July  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Menervia  Monks,  925  North   Sixteenth  Street,  St. 

Louis,  Mo. 

CASEY,  HARRY  MARTIN,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class.  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  3,  1918. 

Died:  New  York;  N.  Y.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Robery  Casey,  233  East  One  hundred  and  twenty- 
sixth  Street,  New  l^ork,  N.  Y. 
CASEY,  WILLIAM,  landsman  for  electrician   (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  July  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Addison's  disease. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Anna  Casey,   14   South  First  Avenue,   Mount   Ver- 

non,  N.  Y. 
CASH,  JOHN  ANDREW,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ada  Cash,  R.  F.  D.  5,  Atlanta,  Ga. 
CASH,  OTHOR  THEE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lonnie  G.  Cash,  223  East  Ninth  Street,  Richmond,  Va. 
CASHBATJGH,  CLARENCE  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Camp  Logan,  111.,  January  14,  1918. 

Died:  Camp  Logan,  111.,  February  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  Cashbaugh,  1031  Hovey  Avenue,  Muskegon.  Mich. 
CASHION,  LEO  JAMES,  printer,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  March  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Augusta  Cashion,  4  Woodland  Avenue,  Glen  Falls. 

'   N.  Y. 

CASPER,  HARM  WILLIAM,  carpenter's  mate,  third  class,  United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father.  Richard  J.  Casper,  Washington,  111. 


169 

CASS,  ROY  B.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Farragut,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lewis  B.  Cass,  231  Bates  Street,  Jackson,  Mich. 
CASSELL,  ROGER  NEET,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  F.  Cassell,  Versailles,  Ky. 
CASSELL,  SETH  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  August  8,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoffa,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  M.  Cassell,  4062  Rockwood  Avenue,  Indianapolis, 

Ind. 

CASSIDY,  WILLIAM  XAVIER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mrs.  William  Cassidy,  280  Eleventh  Street,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

CASWELL,   MILTON   EDGAR,   apprentice   seaman,   United    States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  August  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111'.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Melvin  D.  Caswell,  Box  23,  Randolph,  N.  Y. 
GATE,  FLOYD,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Yorktown,  Va.,  October  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ellen  M.  Cate,  420  Twenty-fifth  Avenue,  West  Norfolk, 

Va. 
CATTON,  HERBERT  JAMES,  moulder,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Daughter,  Helen  M.  Catton,  R.  R.  3,  Newark,  Ohio. 
CAUDLE,  JAMES  ULYSESS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Williard  S.  Caudle,  Maiden,  Mo. 
CAUGHEY,  JOHN  AXEL,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  October  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  March  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Josephine  Canghey,  418  Malone  Avenue,  Peoria,  111. 


170 

CAUSEY,  BUFOKD.  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  August  2,  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Baxter  Causey,  Talco,  Tex. 
CAVALLO,  ORLANDO,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  April  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Thrombosis,  bilateral  of  cavernous  sinus. 

Next  of  kin :  Mary  Barre,  209  Rex  Street,  Arlington,  Mass. 
CAVANAUGH,  ARTHUR,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  December  13,  1912. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14.  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Cavanaugh,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Arlington,  Wash. 
GAVANAUGH,  JAMES  EDWARD,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister.  Anna  Cavanaugh.  14  Manton  Street,  Hoosick  Falls, 

N.  Y. 

CAVANATTGH,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  shipfitter,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
.Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  30, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Maria  Cavanaugh,  54  Bassett  Street,  Albany,  N.  Y. 
CAVANAUGH,  JOSEPH  EDWARD,  gunner's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  13, 1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mrs.  M.  Cavanaugh,  58  Chadwick  Avenue,  Newark,  N.  J. 
CAVANAUGH,   THOMAS   PATRICK,   seaman,   second   class,   United .  States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bridget  Cavanaugh,  Rouseville,  Pa. 

CAVANAUGH,  WILLIAM  FRANCIS,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval 
•      Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mongolia,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  N.  Duncan,  Lincoln  Street,  Hingham,  Mass. 
CAVENER,  FOSTER  AVERYT,  electrician,  third  class   (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Salem,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother.  Celia  J.  Cavener,  R.  1,  Box  56,  Cordell,  Okla. 


171 

CAWLEY,  HERBERT  WESTON,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Allentown,  Pa.,  March  29,  1918. 

Died :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Arthur  J.  Cawley,  Box  158,  High  Bridge,  Hunterdon, 

N.  J. 
CEASE,  Louis  VERN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  April  4,  1917. 

Died :  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  20,  1917. 

Cause :  Result  of  fall. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lucy  Cease,  Conway  Springs,  Kans. 
CECIL,  WILBURN.   carpenter's  mate,  first  class,   United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Edith  M.  Cecil,  Newton,  Kans. 
CEDAR,  ANDREW,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  3,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Grandmother*  Helen  Thumm,  247  Willis  Avenue,  New  York, 

N.  Y. 
CELENTANO,  FBANK,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  ,New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  13,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Celentano,  461  West  Thirty-first  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

CHADD,  HOLLY   SYLVESTER,  apprentice  seaman,   United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Eloise  M.  Chadd,  Seward,  Kans. 
CHADWICK,  CLYDE  LISLE,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  July  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  August  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  chronic. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Helen  Chadwick,  148  Pendleton  Avenue,  Springfield, 

Mass. 

CHAMBERLEN,  RALPH  MILLS,  electrician,  second  class  (G),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next   of  kin:  Father,    Thomas  M.    Chamberlen,   812   Quindare   Building, 

Kansas  City,  Kans. 
CHAMBERLAIN,  JOEL,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Aberdeen,  Wash.,  February  16,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  South  Dakota,  February  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  Chamberlin.  1112  North  D,  Aberdeen,  Wash. 


172 

CHAMBERS,  RANDALL  HENRY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  December  28,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  February  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Henry  Chambers,  Ignacio,  Colo. 

CHAMBERS,  ROSCOE  THOMAS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve- 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  May  21,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  base  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henton  J.  Chambers,  La  Belle,  Mo. 
CHANCEY,  OSBORNE  BEAL,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy, 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  3.  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Chancey,  Hondo,  Tex. 

CHANDLER,  ARTHUR  MCKINSLEY,   seaman,   second   class.   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  16,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Chandler,  Savannah,  Mo. 

CHANDLER,   CHARLES   THOMAS,   pharmacist's   mate,   first   class,   United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  January  3,  1916. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  William  Salmon§on,  31  Third  Street,  Schenectady, 

N.  Y. 
CHAPIN,  MINOR  JTJDSON,  quartermaster,  second  class  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  April  4,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  aeronautic  detachment,  France,  April  12,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  injuries  received  in  airplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Ora  E.  Chapin,  6415  University  Avenue,  Chicago, 

111. 

CHAPLIN,    CHARLIE   PLEASANT,   apprentice   seaman,   United   States   Naval   Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  B.  Chaplin,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Lexington,  Va. 
CHAPMAN,  JAMES  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  May  25,  1918. 

Died:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Florence  Chapman  (address  unknown). 

Home  address  of  man :  388  Thirty-second  Avenue,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
CHAPPELL,  CLARENCE  EVERT,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Hiram  Chappell,  Rockwell,  Iowa. 


173 

•CHAPPIE,  FRANK  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  29,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,  Ronihold  Chappie,  8  Walnut  Street,  Charlestown, 

Mass. 

•CHAPUT,  PAUL  JOSEPH,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Chaput,  79  Central  Street,  Ipswich,  Mass. 
CHAR,  FREDERICK,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Pearl  Harbor,  Hawaii,  April  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Pearl  Harbor,  Hawaii,  October  31,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  by  moving  train. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Y.  T.  Char,  1932  Metcalf  Street,  Honolulu,  Hawaii. 
CHARETTE,  ULRICH  JOSEPH  THOMAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  November  21,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Charette,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
CHARON,  EDWIN  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Burlington,  Vt,  July  24,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eva  Charon,  Woodstock,  Vt. 
CHASE,  ARTHUR  BENGARMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  June  7,  1917. 

Cause:  Measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Chase,  70  Lake  Avenue,  Haverhill,  Mass. 
CHASE,  EDWARD  FAUNCE, -landsman  for  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kate  Chase,  Jamestown,  N.  J. 
CHASE,  HENRY  NEWTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  9,  1918.* 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elmer  Chase,  115  Short  Street,  Galena,  Kans. 
CHASE,  MARTIN  LEE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  July  27,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edwin  Chase,  Turnpike,  Billerica,  Mass. 
CHASSEY,  WALTER,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  May  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Chassey,  723  North  Main  Street,  Providence, 
R.I. 


174 

CHAUVIN,  JOHN  WASHINGTON,  apprentice  seaman.  ruin-d  Stands  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Leah  F.  Chauvin,  St.  Martinsville,  La. 
CHEEK,  WILLIAM  RALPH,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  22,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Bern  ice  Cheek,  928  McCann  Street,  Springfield.  Mo. 
CHEESMAN,  WILLIAM  STOUT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  17,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  30.  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Isaac  Cheesman,  New  Street,  Clayton,  N.  J. 
CHEFFER,  BYROX,  musician,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Fore*-. 
Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  11,  1918. 
Died :  Base  hospital  No.  3,  October  31,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Zeldia  Cheffer,  St.  Anne,  III. 
CHENOWETH,  BERT  BODWELL,  hospital  apprentice,  second   class,  United   Stairs 

Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  .Lakes,  111.,  September  18,  1918. 
Cause :  Influenza. 
Next    of   kin:  Mother,    Sarah    A.    Chenoweth,    1060    South    Tenth    Street, 

Charleston,  111. 
CHERRY,  CLARENCE  WASHINGTON,  seaman,  second   class,  United   States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C..  June  28,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  2,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Esther  C.  Cherry,  R.  R.  2,  Gastonia,  N.  C. 
CHERRY,  EUGENE  MACK,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  14,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Lillian  Cherry.  722  Boush  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 
CHERRY,   HENRY  LEE.   landsman    for   musician,    United    States  Naval   Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  13,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza.       • 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Robert  Cherry,  Lebanon,  Kans. 
CHKRRY,  JOSKPTT  ANDREW,  Jr.,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  27,  1918. 
Died:  At  home,  October  10,  1918. 
Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia.  « 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  McA.  Cherry,  336  Rector  Street,  Roxborough, 
Philadelphia,  Pa. 


175 

CHESSER,  CHARLES  WILLIAM,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  March  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Mumps. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Gene  Ferrier,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Grand  Junction,  Colo. 
CHILDRESS,  SAMUEL  TORBETT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  February  22,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  9,  1918 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mae  Childress,  Cameron,  Tex. 

GHILDS,  WILLIAM  MCKINLEY,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  N.  A.  S.  Archachon,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Injuries  received  in  auto  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clara  Childs,  16  South  Twelfth  Street,  Darby,  Pa. 
CHILSTROM,   OSCAR   VALDEMAR,   musician,   second   class,   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  17,  1918. 

Died :  Chippewa  Falls,  Wis.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mrs.  C.  Chilstrom,  Winthrop,  Mass. 
CHINN,  WILLIAM  LUCK,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  April  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  It.  I.,  May  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Carrie  E.  Chinn,  51  Rhode  Island  Avenue  NW.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 
CHTNNOCK,  ALLAN  LEON,  apprentice  seaman.  United  Slates  X;i\;il  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Irene  Chinnock,  Wabeno,  Wis. 

CHINOUTH,  WILLIAM  NELSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  III.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Chinouth,  route  5,  Jonesboro,  Tenn. 
CmiwooD,  WILLIAM  ELMER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  12,  1917. 

Cause :  Found  dead  near  railroad  track,  Harvard,  111. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Flora  B.  Chitwood,  R.  27,  Box  233,  Topeka,  Kans. 
CHKISTENSEN,  CHAELES  Louis,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  26,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Gibraltar,  October  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Christensen,  South  Heart,  N.  Dak. 


176 

CHRISTENSEN,  JAMES  ALFRED,  seaman,  second  class,  United .  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  June  27,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  6,  February  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Christensen,  Durham,  Wyo. 

CHRISTENSEN,  WILLIAM,  seaman,   second  class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Greg.,  June  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hanna  Christensen,  Spokane,  Wash. 
CHRISTENSON,  RALPH  HIRAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  21,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Huntington,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Carl  C.  Christenson,  Rio,  Wis. 

CHRISTIAN,   CHARFVKVS  EDWIN,  seaman,  second   class,  United  States  Naval   Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sousie  Christian,  10417  Prospect  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
CHRISTIAN,  JAMES  HENRY,  pattern  maker,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,, Virginia,  September  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Fracture  fifth  cervical  vertebrae. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Dorothy  Christian,  post  office  box  259,  Roanoke,  Va. 
CHRISTIAN,  JAMES  NOVICE,  fireman,  third  class.  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Meridian,  Miss.,  April  27,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  H.  Christian,  Tupelo,  Miss. 
CHRISTIAN,  LESLIE  DAVID,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Maggie  Christian,  Mart,  Tex. 

CHRISTIAN,  ZOLTJE  DAVID,  fireman  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ellen  B.  Christian,  R.  4,  Church  Hill,  Tenn. 
CHRISTIE,  JOHN  HAYDEN,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pensacola,  Fla.,  July  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Christie,  323  East  Romana  Street,  Pensacola, 
Fla. 


177 

OHRISTMAN,  PAUL  SYLVESTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  January  29,  1918. 

1  >ied :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  March  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  P.  Christman,  523  Linden  Street,  Reading,  Pa. 
CHRISTOFERSON,   ARTHUR  CLARENCE,   coppersmith,   second  class,  United   States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Christofersori,  4610  Wentworth  Avenue,  South 

Minneapolis,  Minn. 
CHRISTOPHER,  ARTHUR  LEONARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  January  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  George  Christopher,  Jennings,  La. 

CHRISTOPHER,  CHARLES  WORTHY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  A.  Christopher,  Republic,  Mo. 
CHRISTOPHER,  LEON  THOMAS,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Christopher,  111  East  State  Street,  Albion, 
N.  Y. 

CHURCH,  ASBURY   EVANS,   carpenter's  mate,  second  class    (A),   United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  February  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Delia  Flynn  Church,  4  North  Street,  Gainesville,  Ga. 
CHURCH,  CARL  LEROY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  March  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  March  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  A.  Church,  115  Eastern  Avenue,  Toledo,  Ohio. 
CHURCH,  CORNEILLE  AUSTIN,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  La  Crosse,  Wis.,  May  31,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Church,  Trempealeau,  Wis. 

CHURCH,  LESTER  HUBBARD,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mattie  Church,  81  Beers  Street,  New  Haven,  Conn. 
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178 

GHUBCHILL,  JAMES  Fix) YD,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Unlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  statiou,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  August  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harlei  J.  Churchill,  116  McLennan  Avenue,   Syra- 
cuse, N.  Y. 
CICCONE,  SABATINO,  tireuiaii,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Pedro,  Calif.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Acute  myocarditis. 

Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  Antonio  Ciccone,  box  13,  Starkville,  Colo. 
CIFATTE,  STEPHEN  CHARLES,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Felix  Cifatte,  49  Main  Street,  Norwalk,  Conn. 
CLACK,  JAMKS   STIKI.LVG.  JR.,  gunner's  mate,  third   class    (G),   United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  22,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  S.  Clack,  sr.,  Plattenville,  La. 

CLAFLIN,  CLYDE  VERDI,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Adda  Claflin,  Sweet  Briar,  N.  Dak. 
CLAGGETT,  HONORE  MARTIN,  JR.,  chief  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  June  19,  1911. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Honore  C.  Claggett,  sr.,  Laurel,  Md. 

CLANCY,  THOMAS  VINCENT,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bridget  Mullen,  Ballynew,  Galway,  Ireland. 
CLAPP,  ROBERT  JAY,  carpenter's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  North  Bombing  Squadron  Headquarters,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis.* 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mrs.  Robert  J.  Clapp,  Barre,  Mass. 
CLARE,  EDWARD  LEWIS,  baker,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Catherine  Clare,  7140  Cornell  Avenue,  Chicago,  III. 


179 

CLAKEY,  ROY  ATHOLD,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  May  29,  1915. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Tille  Clarey,  1527  Canal  Street,  Santa  Barbara,  Calif. 
CLARITY,  THOMAS  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  June  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Bumkin  Island,  Mass.,  September  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Alice  F.  Clarity,  1  Sherman  Street,  Portland,  Me. 
CLARK,  CHARLES  AUBOR,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mayme  Clark,  Matthews,  Mo. 
CLARK,  CLARENCE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Capitola  Clark,  R.  F.  D.  No.  10,  box  90,  Decatur,  Ind. 
CLARK,  EDWARD  J..  electrician,  first  class,   (R),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  2,  1917. 

Died :  Marine  hospital,  Portland,  Me.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Sister,  Gertrude  Clark,  206  Marion  Street,  East  Boston,  Mass. 
CLARK,  EUGENE  HENRY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  March  7, 1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Shaw,  October  7.  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  J.  Clark,  110  Linden  Avenue,  Waterloo,  Iowa. 
CLARK,  FRANKLIN  SUMMER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  J.  Clark,  Grafton,  Mass. 
CLARK,  FRED  CHARLES,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
'    Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Albany,  August  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Suffocated  in  coal  bunkers. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Clark,  Wenatchee,  Wash. 

CLARK,  GEORGE  RECTOR,  machinist's  mate,  first  class.  United  Stares  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  April  25,  1918. 

Died :  Port  Clinton,  Ohio,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Typhoid  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mamie  I.  Clark,  Moorefield,  Ky. 


180 

CLARK,  HARRY  AMER,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died:  At  home,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Catherine  V.  (Mark,  424  Saint  Nicholas  Avenue,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

CLARK,  JAMES  CLIFFORD,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  O.  Clark,  57  Reid  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
CLARK,  JAMES  LEWIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Killingholm,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Belle  Clark,  Round  Hill,  Ky. 
CLARK,  JOHN,  Jr.,  oiler,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  26,  1917. 

Died :  At  home,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Maggie  Clark,  2551  North  Howard  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
CLARK,  JOHN  EDWARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  Stafes  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  October  8,  1918. 

Died :  At  home,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jannie  M.  Clark.  2210  Raymond  Avenue.  Los  Angeles, 

Calif. 
CLARK,  LESLIE  MERVIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,-  Rev.  George  Clark,  box  126,  Horwich,  Mass. 
CLARK,  OLLIE  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Novie  P.  Clark,  R.  F.  D.  No.  1,  Murray,  Ky. 
CLARK,  PAUL  DWIGHT,  landsman  for  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Scranton,  Pa.,  March  12,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Clark,  186  McLean  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
CLARK,  ROBERT  PATTISON,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  November  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emmeline  Clark,  R.  F.  D.  No.  1,  Elnora,  N.  Y. 
CLARK,  RUBEN  CALVIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  June  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Calvin  Clark,  Prestonburg,  Ky. 


181 

CLARK,  THEODORE  ROOSEVELT,  niess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  15,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Shady  Clark,  932  Gordon  Avenue,  Norfolk,  Va. 
CLAKK,  TIMOTHY  MATTHEWS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  March  19,  1918. 

1  >ied :  Federal  rendezvous,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.?  June  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Gunshot  wound  in  abdomen. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Clark,  1520  Pacific  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
CLARK,  WILLIAM  PATRICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  June  25,  1917. 

Died:  Armed  draft  detail,.  New  York,  July  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Frances  Clark,  3541  South  L  Street,  Tacorua,  Wash. 
CLARK,  WILLIAM  RUSSELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  September  24,  1917.  j 

Died:  S.  S.  Florence,  April  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next   of   kin:    Mother,   Gladys    It.-nmcy,    821   South -Second    Street,    Balti- 
more, Md. 
CLAKKK,  GORDON  C.,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  28,  1916. 

Died :  Submarine  base,  Canal  Zone,  April  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Gunshot  wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Frank  Clarke,  Saginaw,  Mich. 

CLARKE,  JOHN  SIDNEY,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  August  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  L.  Clarke,  349  Elmira  Avenue,  New  Orleans,  La. 
CLARKE,  THOMAS,  water  tender,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Daughter,  Christina  Han  ley,  16  Vine  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
CLARKE,  WILLIAM  THOMAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  July  3, 1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Clarke,  53  Warner  Avenue,  Jersey  City, 

N.  J. 
CLARY,  EDWIN  JAMES,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Connecticut,  May  11,  1917. 

Cause:  Measles. 

Nt-xl  of  kin  :  Father,  J.  W.  Clary,  Greeleyville,  S.  C. 


182 

CLAUDE,  ELMKK  SAMUEL,  seaman,  second  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Eastleigh,  England,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Christopher  Claude,  24  Park  Place,  Lockport,  N.  Y. 
OLAUSE,  AUGUST  PETER,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  November  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Barbara  M.  C.  Brune,  2230  St.  Peter  Street,  New  Orleans, 

La. 
CLAUSEN,  CAUL  E.,  oiler,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,'  Va.,  May  16,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918.    . 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  C.  J.  Clausen,  102  West  York  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 
CLEARY,  JAMES  JOSEPH  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alcedo,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause :  Drowned  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  James  W.  Cleary,  2394  Second  Avenue,  New  York, 

N.  Y. 
CLEAVER,  ALBERT  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R,  I.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Aug.-  Cleaver,  1736  Walnut  Street,  Ashland,  Pa. 
CLEMENTS,  PAUL  MATTHEW,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  August  2,  1917. 

Cause :  Foreign  body  in  trachea. 

Next    of   kin:  Mother,    Antonia    Clements,    1404    North    Twelfth    Avenue, 

Chicago,  111. 

CLEVELAND,  WILLIAM  JACOB,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  5,  1918. 

Died :  Wissahicken  Barracks,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  August  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin:  Grandmother,  Otille  Ernst,  6208  Clearview  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
CLIFF,  HARRY  MARTIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  August  Cliff,  711  Briar  Place,  Chicago,  111. 
CLINE,  TURNER  LANE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Fannie  Miller  (Mine,  Pawson  Springs,  Ky. 


183 

CLOUTIEK,  WILFRED,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  July  3,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Cloutier,  Alfred,  Me. 

GLOWER,  TALBOT  MORRIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  May  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  C.  Glower,  Ashford,  Ala. 
CLYNES,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  2,  1916. 

Died:  Submarine  base,  New  London,  Conn.,  August  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Poisoning,  alcohol,  chronic. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Grace  Clynes,  926  Twenty-fourth  Street,  Oakland,  Calif. 
CLYSSENS,  GASTON  MARTIN  ALPHONSE,  landsman  for  ship's  cook,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  29,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  R.  Clyssens,  Park  Street,  Harvard,  111. 
COBB,  ALBERT  BRYAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Seattle,  Wash.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died:  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Francis  A.  Cobb,  519  South  Silver  Street,  Centralia, 

Wash. 
COBLE,  GILBERT  LACKEY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  New  York,  June  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Coble,  Konawa,  Okla. 
COBLE,  JOHN  FIELDING,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  November  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  January  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  C.  Coble,  Potter  Valley,  Calif. 
COBLENTZ,  HOWARD  BURNSIDES,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  1,  1918. 

Cause,  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  W.  Coblentz,  1045  West  Ninth  Street,  Erie,  Pa. 
COCHRANE,  JESSE  DILLARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force.     . 

Enlisted :  Tampa,  Fla.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mrs.  Bessie  Cochran,  Dade  City,  Fla. 


184 

COCHBANE,  LYNN,  ship's  cook,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Samuel  Cochrane,  189  West  Park  Avenue,  Delaware. 

Ohio. 
COCKERHAN,  FRANCIS  BRiTTiAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  4,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  2,  July  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Etta  Cockerhan,  Monroe  City,  Ind. 
COCKETT,  RAY  DUTCHER,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  November  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nellie  D.  Cockett,  Sauquoit,  N.  Y. 
COCKRELL,  ALEXANDER  MILTON,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  June  2,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  May  B.  Mills,  Lafayette,  La. 

CODY,  SOPHIA  THERESA,  yeoman,  third  class  (F.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  25,  1918. 

Died :  At  home,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Cody,  78  Willow  Court,  Dorchester,  Mass. 
COE,  HENRY  LESTER,  boilermaker,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Coe,  Savannah,  Grand  Cayman,  West  In- 
dies. 
COFFEY,  CHESTLEY  SHELTON,  seaman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  May  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edgar  N.  Coffey,  Fort  George  Wright,  Spokane,  Wash. 
COFFIN,  HENRY  SIDNEY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  March  31,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  19,  1938. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  May  Cannon,  La  Mesa,  Calif. 
COFFMAN,  SCOTT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  S.  Coft'man,  motor  route  A,  Sullivan,  Ind. 
COGER,  IRA,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Howard  Coger,  Curry,  N.  Y. 


185 

COGHLAN,  HAEBY  GOBDON,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  15,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Coghlan,  277  Quincy  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
COHEN,  HAEEY  OLIVEB,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abraham  Cohen,  406  Cooper  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 
COHEN,  JACOB  EDEL,  electrician,  third  class  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  August  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Lakenwor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edel  Cohen,  732  West  Broad  Street,  Richmond,  Va. 
COHEN,  JEBOME,  electrician,  first  class  (R),  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  December  22,  1917. 

Died :  Belmar  radio  station,  Belmar,  N.  J.,  July  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Myrtle  Cohen,  5049  St.  Lawrence  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
COHEN,  Louis,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  October  16,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Manley,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Result  of  explosion  on  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Ida  Goodman,  157  North  High  Street,  Baltimore,  Md. 
COHOON,  ALBEBT,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  April  28,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14, 1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Fred  Cohoon,  312  Green  Street,  Owosso,  Mich. 
COLDMON,  IVEEY,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  December  17,  1917. 

Died :  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  March  18,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lizzie  Coldmon,  North  Franklin  Street,  Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
COLE,  GEOEGE  TILLOTT,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  East  Chester,  N.  Y.,  August  31,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  hospital,  Gibraltar,  November  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  D.  Cole,  Carmel,  N.  Y. 
COLE,  GLENN  W.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Warren  G.  Cole,  Newaygo,  Mich. 
COLE,  HAL  SCOTT,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Meridian,  Miss.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Dan  S.  Cole,  Redwood,  Miss. 


186 

COLE,  JOHN,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  February  21,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Westover,  July  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Louis  J.  Cole,  Brentwood,  Md. 
COLE,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  coxswain.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  New  Mexico,  September  25, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Charles  H.  Cole,  1165  Gilbert  Avenue,  Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
COLE,  PATRICK  MICHAEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  November  6,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Shaw,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  in  collision. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Merson,  904  Elm  Street,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
COLE,  RICHARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Pendleton,  Oreg.,  October  1.1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Raney  Cole,  Nye,  Mo. 
COLE,  ROBERT  CLEVELAND,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  April  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Killingholme,  October  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Cole,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Parsippany,  N.  J. 
COLEMAN,  BERNARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Texas,  March  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  Coleman,  864  Ea^le  Avenue,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
COLEMAN,  HENRY  DAVID,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Marie  Coleman,  Shelton,  S.  C. 

COLEMAN,  LLOYD  WALTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  June  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:    Guardian,   Tom   Dunn,   1900  North  Adams   Street.    Peoria, 

111. 
COLEMAN,  OLLIE  CARL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  April  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  May  Coleman,  Travellers  Rest,  S.  C. 
COLLIER,  HAYWOOD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Patrick  H.  Collier,  star  route,  Mayfield,  Ky. 


187 

COLLINS,  EDWARD,  musician,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  15,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  24,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father.  Conrad  Collins,  252  Plymouth  Avenue,  Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

COLLINS,   IVAN   HOWARD,   seaman,  second   class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Collins,  Columbia,  Miss. 

COLLINS,   JERKY  GRANT,   seaman,   second  class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Rhode  Island.  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  K.  Collins,  Ola,  Ark. 

COLLINS,   ROBERT   PERCY,    fireman,    third   class.   United    States    Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  4,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Vivia  H.  Collins,  Opelousas,  La. 
COLLINS,  ROY  WESLEY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  9,  1917. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  P.  Collins,  Linwood,  Kaiis. 

COLLINS,  THOMAS  WILLIAM,  Jr.,  ship's  cook,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Thomas  Collins.  5or.  North  Fourth  Street,  Harrison, 

N.  J. 
COLLINS,  TOOAIKU.  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Jackson,  Miss.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  P.  Collins,  Ackerman,  Miss. 
COLLINS,  WILLIAM,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  29,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother.  Marion  Collins,  932  West  Eighth  Street,  Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

COLLITON,  MICHAEL  AMBROSE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Federal  rendezvous,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Friend,  Clara  Else.sser,  437  Forty-seventh   Street,   Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 


188 

COLLOM,  SAMUEL,  .seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  March  27,  1917. 

Died:  Hospital  ship,  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  April  29,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Guardian,   W.    L.    Butcher.    14    New    Chambers    Street.    New 

York,  N.  Y. 
COLOMA,  MARIANO,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  Suites  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cavite,  P.  I.,  October  11,  1916. 

Died:. Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  May  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Malaria. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Alyandre  Coloma,  Bangar,  La  Union,  P.  I. 
COLOMBO,  JOHN  ARTHUR  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Wausau,  Wis.,  June  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  III.,  December  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Joseph  L.  Colombo,  110  Scott  Street,  \\aiisau,  Wis. 
COLON,  ARMANDO  RODRIGUEZ,  niess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Juan,  Porto  Rico,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jeviliano  R.  Archilla,  Cayey,  Porto  Rico. 
COLSON,  WILLIAM  EARL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Machias,  Me.,  March  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Fred  F.  Colson,  Steuben,  Me. 
COLTON,  LESLIE  P.,  apprentice  seaman,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  March  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mary  E.  Colton,  251  Watchring  Avenue,  West  Orange,  N.  J. 
COLVILLE,  OSBORNE  LINDSAY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  April  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Gastro-enteritis. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,   Eleanor  Colville,  103   Colville   Street.   ( Mmtianooga, 

Tenn. 
COMERFORD,  FRANK  PATRICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  20,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  March  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Alice  Oomerford,  2832  West  Adams  Street,  Chicago, 

111. 

COMFORT,    \VLI.I.IA.\I    ANTHONY,    storekeeper,    third   class.    United    States   Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  4.  1918. 

Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father.  Patrick  J.  Comfort,  3200  Main   Street,  Kansas  <Mty. 
Mo. 


189 

COMINGS,  HABRY,  gunner's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  November  11,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Norfolk,  Ya.,  December  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Aunt,  Elizabeth  Recketson,  1925  Linden  Avenue,  Baltimore, 

Md. 
COMISKEY,  SPENCEE  ELLSWORTH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  August  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Esther  Comiskey,  23  Boston  Avenue,   Seneca   Falls, 

N.  Y. 
COMPTON,  AMOS  GRADY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gus  W.  Compton,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Case,  Tex. 
COMSTOCK,  GLENN  ROWELL,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Burlington,  Vt,  June  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Bessie  I.  Comstock,  14  Main  Street,  Barton,  Vt. 
COMSTOCK,  GUY  ALTON,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  October  22,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Ophir,  November  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  when  vessel  was  destroyed  by  fire. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Mark  H.  Comstock,  1623  Forty-sixth  Avenue,  Oakland, 

Calif. 

CONAHAN,  HUGH  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:   Chicago,  111.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Catherine  Conahan,  309  Main  Street,  Aurora,  111. 
CONWAY,  OTHO  BASIL,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  January  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  1,  1918. 

Cause:    Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fort  F.  Conaway,  537  Moxahala  Avenue,  Zanesville, 

Ohio. 

CONDON,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  1,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,   William   Condon,  422   Airbrake  Avenue,   Wilmer- 
ding,    Pa. 


190 

CONDON,  LAWRENCE  JOSEPH,  commissary  steward,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  April  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  August  6,  1918. 

Cause:    Cerebrospinal   fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  B.  Condon,  Hotel  Frederick,  Huntington,  W.  Va. 
CONES,  CARLTON  RAYMOND,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Aaron  Cones,  R.  F.  D.  8,  Jackson,  Mich. 
CONLEY,  FRANK  PERCY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  January  29,  1918. 

Died:  At  home,  February  24,  1918. 

Cause:   Pneumonia,   lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  H.  Conley,  White  Gate,  Va. 
CONNAUGHTON,  EDWARD  PATRICK,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  14,  1917. 

Died:  S.  S.  Floience  H.,  April  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  explosion  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Connaughton,  223  East  Sixty-ninth  Street, 

New  York,  N.   Y. 

CONNELLY,   BART   JOSEPH,   apprentice   seaman,   United    States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  July  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Martin  Connelly,  1113  Maple  Avenue,  Turtle  Creek, 

Pa. 

CONNER,  HAROLD  CLIFTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Gladys  M.  Conner,  42  Packard  Avenue,  West  Somer- 

ville,  Mass. 
CONNERS,  ROBERT  WILLIAM,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  January  25,  1916. 

Died :  S.  S.  Neuse,  June  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Erysipelas. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Louis  Conners,  1746  Sycamore  Street,  Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
CONNOLLY,  JAMES,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  1,  1909. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Las  Animas,  Colo.,  April  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Mary  Doovan,  68  West  Fourteenth  Street,  Bay- 

onne,  N.  J. 

CONNOLLY,  JAMES  FTDKLIS.  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted  :  Omalm,  Nebr.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes.  111..  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ellen  E.  Connolly,  Elk  Point,  S.  D«k. 


191 

CONNOLLY,  JOHN  EDWARD,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United   States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Naval  Home,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  January  9,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  15,  1918. 
Cause:  Valvular  disease,  chronic  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,    Stella   Connolly.   1501  North  Twelfth   Street,   Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
CONNOR,  JOHN   JOSEPH,  yeoman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  30,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital.  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  10,  1917. 
Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 
Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Connor,  5341  Chester  Avenue,  Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
CONNOR,  WILLIAM  ALOYSIUS,   storekeeper,   second  class,  United   States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted .  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  18,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital.  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Connor,  1500  Fairmont  Avenue,  Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
CONNORS,  PATRICK  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  12,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea.  Mass.,  April  4,  1918. 
Cause :  Result  of  burns. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Martin  Connors,  Ballykinave,  County  Mayo,  Ireland. 
CONOVER,  GEORGE  FREDERICK,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  10,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  28,  1918. 
Cause :  Meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  A.  V.  Conover,  Somner,  Mo. 
CONROW,  CLAUD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  May  28,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va..  February  27,  1918. 
Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Guardian,  Clarence  M.  Conrow,  Augusta,  Colo. 
CONROY,  BERNARD  ALOYSIUS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Tompkinsville,  S.  I.,  July  10,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  18,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Columbia  Conroy,  118  Clinton  Street,  Hoboken,  N.  J. 
CONSTANTINEAU,  LEO  WILLIAM,  molder,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  5,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Anna  Constantineau,  26  Livingston  Street,  Lowell, 

Mass. 


192 

GONWAY,  CLAKENCE  AVOUDLE,  wardroom  steward,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  8,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Westgate,  October  7, 1918. 
Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  sunk  in  collision. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rebecca  Conway,  97  Upper  Regent  Road,  Denniara 

E.G. 

CONWAY,  GEORGE  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  1,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Maui,  April  21, 1918. 
Cause :  Fell  overboard  and  was  drowned. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,  Thomas  Conway,   15  Harrison   Street,   Somerville, 
Mass. 

CONWAY,  JAMES  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chester,  Pa.,  April  11, 1917. 

Died :  Scout  patrol  No.  682,  April  12, 1918. 

Cause:  Washed  overboard. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Conway,  Halifax,  England. 
CONWAY,  WILLIAM  FRANCIS,  fireman,  third  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  19,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Virginia,  January  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  shock  and  burns. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  J.  Conway,  14  Moanat  Street,  Boston,  Mass. 
CONYNE,  WILLIAM  STANLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Laura  B.  Conyne,  166  Orange  Road,  Montclair,  N.  J. 
COOK,  CHESTER  H.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alfred  Cook,  37  Manton  Street,  Fall  River,  Mass. 
COOK,  ELBERT  SIDNEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Johnstown,  Pa.,  May  30,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  Sweet,  Lampasas,  Tex. 
COOK,  ELLIS  GORDON,  chief  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  November  16,  1915. 

Died :  Memorial  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  November  29,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jesse  F.  Cook,  Connellys  Springs,  N.  C. 
COOK,  EUSTACE  DYE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Meridian,  Miss.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Walter  K.  Cook,  Crystal  Springs,  Miss. 


193 

COOK,  FRANK  PIETY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Allentown,  Pa.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  Cook,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Phillipsburg,  N.  J. 
COOK,  GEOBGE  ESAM,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Florence  C.  Comfort,  3730  Lake  Park  Avenue,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 
COOK,  GEORGE  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  20,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Cook,  126  Webster  Avenue,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 
COOK,  HOLLAND  BENJAMIN,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  December  19,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next   of  kin:  Mother,   Berta   Brasher,   500   East   Marvin    Street,    Waxa- 

hachie,  Tex. 
COOK,  JAMES  THOMAS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  L.  N.  Cook,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Mount  Morian,  Ark. 
COOK,  JAY  GOULD,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas  Tex.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Gulfport,  Miss.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mrs.  Belle  Cook,  1508  North  Street,  Waco,  Tex. 
COOK,  JOHN  HARPER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  D.  Cook,  Beaverdale,  Pa. 
COOK,  JOSEPH  HENRY,  cabin  steward,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Gibraltar,  January  5,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Machias,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Heart  failure. 

Next  of  kin :     Wife,  Rachael  Cook,  87  Washington  Street,  Annapolis,  Md. 
COOK,  LEWIS  ANDREW,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  Cook,  Coudersport,  Pa. 
COOK,  ORVILLE  HOWARD,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  O.  Cook,  R.  F.  D.  5,  Muskegon  Heights, 
Mich. 
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194 

COOK,  PAUL  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  April  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Marie  Cook,  Groveton,  Tex. 
COOKE,  HUGH  HARBISON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Anemia,  splenic  effects. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edith  Benson,  933  Crescent  Place,  Chicago,  111. 
COOLIDGE,  ROGER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  1.9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edith  E.  Coolidge,  1101  Long  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
COON,  JACK  MERVYN,  storekeeper,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clara  J.  Coon,  Guernesville,  Calif. 
COONEY,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  September  4,  1915. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Katie  Forstrom,  357  Second  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
COOPER,  CLAUDE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis  Mo..  July  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  Cooper,  Diehlstadt,  Mo. 

COOPER,  DANIEL  LLOYD,  ships'  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  St.  Luke's  Hospital,  Chicago,  111.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lena  Cooper,  1323  South  Millard  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
COOPER,  DENSIL  RUBEN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Willis  Cooper,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Wheatland,  Ind. 
COOPER,  FLOYD  ALBERT,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  25,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wisconsin,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lloyd  L.  Cooper,  Leith,  N.  Dak. 

COOPER,  GEORGE  HENRY,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Charles  W.  Cooper,  Hubbard,  Minn. 


195 

COOPER,  HAZELET  VAUGHAN,  machinist's  mate,  lirst  class.  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  April  23,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  29,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dona  C.  Long,  820  West  Sixth  Street,  Oklahoma  City, 

Okla. 

COOPER,  MILLABD  J.,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  17,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I..  November  4,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Myrta  H.  Cooper,  105  West  Wayne  Street,  Dowagiac, 

Mich. 

COPP,  CHARLES  HOUGHTON,  musician,  second  class,   United   States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  20,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  25,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  May  M.  Copp,  45  Bedford  Street,  Bridgewater,  Mass. 
COPP,  DONALD  GEORGE,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force.  " 
Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  15,  1917. 
Died :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  29,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next    of   kin:  Grandmother,    Mrs.    George    .T.    Copp,    1826    West   Twelfth 

Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
COPPER,  JOHN  SHERLOCK,  seaman,  second  class.  United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  June  19,  1918. 
Died :  Mercy  Hospital,  Baltimore,  Md.,  September  2,  1918. 
Cause :  Self-inflicted  gunshot  wound. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Thomas  Copper,  626  Fort  Avenue,  Baltimore, 

Md. 
CORBETT,  JOSEPH  LEE,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  11,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Corbett,  1808  Second  Street,  La  Grande,  Oreg. 
CORBETT,  WILLIAM  JAMES,  chief  electrician   (R.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted  :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Chatham,  Mass.,  September  20,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Annie  B.  Corbett,  9  Pahker  Hill  Avenue,  Roxbury, 

Mass. 

CORBET,  JOSEPH  BARNARD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  3,  1918. 
Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Lost  overboard. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Corbey,  Ulster  Park,  N.  Y. 
CORBIN,  CLARENCE  HOBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  13,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111..  January  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  M.  Corbin,  Bruns  City,  Ind. 


196 

COKBIN,  FRED  EUGENE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  October  1,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  6,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Corbin,  1446  Fisher  Avenue,  Detroit,  Mich. 
COECOBAN,  RALPH  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  11,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  2,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Mable  Corcoran,  30  Belcher  Avenue,  Brockton,  Mass. 
CORCORAN,  TIMOTHY  FRANCIS,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  October  2,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Manley,  March  19,  1918. 
Cause :  Result  of  injuries  received  in  explosion. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  J.  Corcoran,  155  Richdale  Avenue,  Cambridge, 

Mass. 
CORKLE,  GEORGE  CON  NELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  3,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  2,  1918. 
Cause :  Acute  nephritis. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  R.  Corkle,  southeast  corner  Comae  and  Nedro 

Streets,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
CORKLE,  JOSEPH  JACKSON,   fireman,  first  class,   United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  31,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza... 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  Ross  Corkle,  Comae  and  Nedro  Streets,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

CORLEY,  IRVIN  JEFFERSON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  San  Diego,  Calif.,  January  7,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  March  23,  1918; 
Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Hubert  Corley,  Brawley,  Calif. 
CORMIER,  JOSEPH  ERNEST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  August  12,  1918. 
Died  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  3,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Cormier,  9  Exchange  Place,  Waltham,  Mass. 
CORNELIUS,  DUE  L.,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  July  5,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  11,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Anna  Cornelius,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
CORNELIUS,  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  28,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  30,  1917. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Gjertine  Cornelius,  2934  North  Colfax  Avenue,  Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 


197 

COBNELL,  FRANK  ADELBEBT,  flreman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  November  20,  1917. 

Died :  On  board  Army  transport  Sheridan,  July  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Benjamin  W.  Cornell,  Glenns  Ferry,  Idaho. 
COBNELL,  FBEDEBICK  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  December  7,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  June  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic,  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Minnie  Cornell,  610  North  St.  Glair  Street,  Toledo, 

Ohio. 
COBNEB,  THOMAS  LE  ROY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Aylioin,  January  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  overboard. 

Next. of  kin:  Aunt  Tighe,  1545  East  Marguette  Road,  Chicago,  111. 
COBNETT,  JULIUS  VICTOB,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Galveston,  Tex.,   September  22,  1917. 

Died:  Scout  patrol  No.  1092,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mamie  S.  Cornett,  1712  Twenty-ninth  Street,  Galveston, 

Tex. 
COBSON,  HABBY  LE  ROY,  chief  electrician  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  January  19,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  F-l,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned  at  sea. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mrs.  Hazel  Corson,  227  Tennessee  Street,  Vallejo,  Calif. 
COBUN,  MAESHALL  UNDEBWOOD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  April  3,  1917. 

Died:  S.  S.  Rochester,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  U-boat. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Corun,  R.  R.  11,  Lexington,  Ky. 
COSGBAY,  WILLIAM  Ross,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  May  28,  1917. 

Died:  Brest,  France,   March   12,   1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Robert  Cosgray,  Allister,  W.  Va. 

COSKEY,  LEON  JOSEPH,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,   Mich.,  February   23,  1918. 
•       Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Frances  Coskey,  1477  Fifteenth  Street,  Detroit,  Mich. 
COSSETT,  OLIVEB  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Bay  Shore,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia  following  influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Jesse  G.  Cossett,  Fife  Lake,  Mich. 


198 

COSTKLLO,  FRANK  EDMUND,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mary  S.  Costello,  122  Towanada  Street,  Whitehaven,  Pa. 
GOSTELLO,  WILLIAM  PATRICK,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  9,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Las  Animas,  Colo.,  May  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Hellen  Costello,  12  Miller  Street,  Stamford,  Conn. 
COSTIGAN,  MAURICE  .TOSKPH,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston.  Mass.,  March  30,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jane  Costigan,  159  Harbe  Street,  East  Boston,  Mass. 
COTTER,  DANIEL  ALOYSIUS,  storekeeper,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Conner,  June  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Margaret  Cotter,  7147  Upland  Street,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
COTTER,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  27,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  191  S. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ellen  Cotter,  151  Alabama  Street,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
COTTLE,  WALTER  RALEIGH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Wilmington,  N.  C.,  October  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Hartford,  December  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Committed  suicide. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  A.  Cottle,  Chinquapin,  N.  C. 

COTTON,  CHARLES  HOWARD,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  28,  1917. 

Died :  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Charles  E.  Cotton,  19  Waller  Avenue,  Ossining,  N.  Y. 
COTTON,  FRANCIS  EDWIN,  chief  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  April  2,  1912. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Blanch  R.  Cotton,  316  West  Roosevelt  Street,  Phoenix, 

Ariz. 
COTTRELL,  PAUL  KIRK,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Beatrice  Cottrell,  642  South  Eighth  Street,  Louis- 
ville, Ky. 


199 

COUFAL,  ROBERT,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Coufal,  Schuyler,  Nebr. 
COUGHLIN,  DANIEL  LANE,  electrician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died :  Vallejo,  Calif.,  May  10,  1917. 

Cause:  Burns. 

Next  of  kin :  John  T.  Coughlin,  Augusta,  Ky. 

OOUGHLIN,  EDWAED  THOMAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  January  9,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Hingham,  Mass.,  February  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Coughlin,  92  Woodrow  Avenue,  Dorchester, 

Mass. 
COULTER,  ARTHUR  BERNARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Coulter,  65  Hayes  Lane,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
COULTER,  JOHN  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Francis  Coulter,  6  Bell  Street,  Stamford,  Conn. 
COULTHURST,  ALBERT  STEPHEN,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  At  home,  October  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Julia  Coulthurst,  283  Union  Avenue,  Paterson,  N.  J. 
COUNIHAN,  MAY  MARGARET,  yeoman  (F.),  first  class.  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  2,  1917. 

Died :  General  hospital,  Boston,  Mass.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  Mrs.  Francis  Flanagan,  Boston,  Mass. 
COUPE,  CLIVE  NATHANIEL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  June  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  February  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Coupe,  Vernal,  Utah. 

COURTNEY,  CHARLEY  EDMUND,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Courtney,  Raymondville,  Mo. 


200 

COUETNEY,  HAKOLD  JOSEPH,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  February  25,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Louisville,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  V.  Courtney,  1622  Greenway  Avenue,  Columbus, 

Ohio. 
COUSINS,  LEE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  22,  1918. 

Died :  Submarine  base,  San  Pedro,  Calif.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  W.  Cousins,  590  Afton  Street,  Johnson  City, 

Tenn. 
COUTU,  LEON  PETEE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  C.  Coutu,  Irving,  Mass. 
COVE,  JAMES  HENRY,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  June  28,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Henrietta  B.  Cove,  38  Culver  Street,  Seymour,  New 

Haven,  Conn. 
COVINGTON,  WILLIAM  ISAAC,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,   Va.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  base  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sallie  H.  Covington,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Lennig,  Va. 
COWAN,  JAMES  ALLEN,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  22;  1918. 

Died:  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  June  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Gastro,  enteritis. 

Next  of  kin :  Grandmother,  Hanna  E.  Cowan,  246  East  D  Street,  Coalinga, 

Calif. 
COWAN,  WINSLOW  EDWARD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  September  29,  1916. 

Died;  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  T.  Cowan,  Whitwell,  Tenn. 
COWELL,  GILBERT  WALTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  June  8,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Charlotte  Cowell,  2845  North  Lawrence  Street,  Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
COWL,  JOHN  FREW,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  May  21,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Cowl,  37  Broadway,  Wheeling,  W.  Va. 


201 

COWLES,  ROBERT  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Grandmother,  Jereta  Richards,  327  Carroll  Avenue,  Bridge- 
port, Conn. 

COWLES,  ROY  FRANCIS,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  31,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Siboney,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  James  Cowles,  41  Ohio  Street,  Vallejo,  Calif. 
COWLING,  FREMONT  STIRL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  August  6,  1916. 
.  Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  August  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  J&hn  W.  Cowling,  Loup  City,  Nebr. 
Cox,  ADAM  ANTHONY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  April  30,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Measles  and  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  P.  Cox,  Campti,  La. 

Cox,  ALBERT  PATRICK,  landsman  for  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Cox,  256  Eustis  Street,  Roxbury,  Mass. 
Cox,  ARCHIE  JAY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lee  Cox  Emerson,  R.  7,  Chillicothe,  Miss. 
Cox,  BRIGHT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Georgetown,  S.  C.,  May  24,  1917.  • 

Died :  Subchaser  base,  Corfu,  France,  August  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Flossie  Cox,  Bloomingdale,  S.  C. 

Cox,  CARLTON  BENNETT,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  23,  1917. 

Died :  Malvern,  Pa.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Addie  S.  Cox,  Malvern,  Pa. 
Cox,  COY  WRIGHT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned  while  in  swimming. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  Cox,  1346  West  Ray  Street,  Indianapolis,  Ind. 
Cox,  ERNEST  DEWEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Charleston,  S.  C.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  February  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Abscess  of  lung. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ella  M.  Cox,  6  Cooper  Street,  Charleston,  S.  C. 


202 

Cox,  GEOKGE  WHILDEN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  7,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  E.  Cox,  Bowling  Green,  Fla. 
Cox,  JAMES  MICHAEL,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y-.,  June  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Gibraltar,  October  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Marguerite  Cox,  1060  Madison  Avenue,  Albany,  N.  Y. 
<Jox,  MEARL  RALPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  March  29,  1917. 

Died:  S.  S.  Rochester,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  U-boat.. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abner  C.  Cox,  4524  Garfield  Avenue,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Cox,  SAMUEL  TALMAGE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  11.  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mattie  S.  Cox,  1226  East  Fair  Street,  Atlanta,  Ga. 
CBABTREE,  JAMES  ERSKIN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  June  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  battle  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Bertie  A.  Crabtree,  Beaver,  W.  Va. 
CBAIG,  CLIFFORD  H.,  engineman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  November  30,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk  in  collision. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother.  Abagail  D.  Craig,  654  West  Nineteenth  Street,  Des 

Moines,  Iowa. 
CRAIG,  DAVID  EARL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nannie  Craig,  Midlothian,  Tex. 
CBAIG,  JOSEPH  S.,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  16,  1917. 

Died:  At  home,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  L.  Craig,  Sewickley,  Pa. 
CBAIG,  WALLACE  CHARLES,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  London,  Conn.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  February  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Dilatation,  acute  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  G.  Craig,  Westerly,  R.  I. 
GRAIN,  SAMUEL  HARVEY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  April  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Clara  Crain,  Merryville,  La. 


203 

CRAMMER,  KABNKST  RAA'OOLPH,  .seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newark.  N.  J.,  May  1»9,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Crammer,  816  Sewall  Avenue,  Asbury  Park,  N.  J. 
CRANE,  CHARLES  HERB,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  June  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  V.  O.  Crane,  Collbran.  Colo. 

CRANE,  CLAUDE  MARSHALL,  landsman  for  electrician,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  November  1,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Olie  Crane,  29$  South  Washington  Street,  Danville, 

Ind. 
OBANE,  DANIEL  BRUCE,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  April  30,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  H.  Crane,  2710  Augustine  Court,  Los  Angeles, 

Calif. 
CBANE,  FRANK  PATRICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  3,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Helen  McCarthy,  315  East  Jersey  Street,  Elizabeth, 

N.  J. 
CBANE,  GILES  FOY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  January  25,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elias  W.  Crane,  Bingen,  Ark. 
•CRANE,  THOMAS  JOSEPH,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich. /February  8,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Agnes  Crane,  774  Clamton  Street,  Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
•CRAVEN,  HENRY  SMITH,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Pelham  Bay  Park,.N.  Y.,  July  25,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Barbara  Craven,  Chester,  Pa. 
CRAVENS,  CLEM  CASSIUS.  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  July  30.  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dora  S.  Cravens,  R.  R.  18,  Williamsfield,  111. 
CBAVER,  JAMES  HOWARD,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  February  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jenney  Craver,  Newark,  N.  J. 


204 

CRAWFORD,  CLIFFORD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  30,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Belle  Crawford,  956  West  Court  Street.,  Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 
CRAWFORD,  EARL  HASTINGS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  May  16,  1916. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Glacier,  September  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joe  Crawford,  1410  South  Congress  Avenue,  Austin, 

Tex. 

CRAWFORD,  FRANK  MONTGOMERY,    landsman    for    quartermaster     (A),   United 
States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  El  Paso,  Tex.,  July  22,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Daughter,  Lorena  R.  Crawford,  Box  98,  Alpine,  Tex. 
CRAWFORD,  OTTIE  GILBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  3,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  recruiting  station,  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Sarah  Crawford,  Fowle,  Ind. 
CRAWFORD,  PAUL,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Crawford,  426  Second  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
CRAWFORD,  RALPH  CODY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Alabama,  January  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Chloe  Crawford,  2703  Holmes  Street,  Dallas,  Tex. 
CRAWFORD,  WILLIAM  NARROW,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  April  27,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoffa,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Alberta  M.  Crawford,  Juniata,  Pa. 

CREEL,  CHARLIE  L.,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Charleston,  S.  C.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  February  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Creel,  Johnsonville,  N.  C. 

CREEL,   JAMES   FREDERICK,   apprentice   seaman,   United   States   Naval    ueserye 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Katherine  W.  Creel,  Waynesburg,  Pa. 


205 

CBEIGHTON,  ALFRED  JAMES,  searnau,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  November  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  Creighton,  518  Deuel  Street,  Fort  Morgan,  Colo. 
CEEWS,  JOHN  BENTLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  August  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kate  Crews,  Hope,  Ark. 

CRILLY,  CORNELIUS  AUGUSTINE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  July  26,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Black  Hawk,  August  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Peter  Crilly,  63  Sherman  Avenue,  Tompkinsville,  Staten 

Island,  N.  Y. 
CBILLY,  JOHN,  Jr.,  quartermaster,  second  class  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  February  4,  1918. 

Died :  North  Sydney,  Nova  Scotia,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Crilly,  3200  Thirteenth  Street  NW.,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 
CEISMAN,  LEO  B.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  June  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Virgin  Islands,  August  4;  1918. 

Cause:  Angina  ludovici. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  L.  Crisman,  Armour,  S.  Dak. 
CRISPIN,  WALLACE  T.,  seaman,  second  class.  United  Stages  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  L,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L,  April  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Andrew  Crispin,  31  Chandler  Street,  West  Somer- 

ville,  Mass. 
CRITSER,  Ross,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  September  17,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Nettie  Critser,  East  Jefferson  Street,  Little  Falls, 

N.  Y. 
CROCKER,  ALONZO  W.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Pravidence,  R.  L,  March  2,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Marietta,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  N.  Crocker,  690  Academy  Avenue,  Provi- 
dence, R.  I. 
CROCKER,  RALPH  THOMAS,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  J.  Crocker,  37  Lewis  Avenue,  Winthrop.  Mass. 


206 

CROCKETT,  PAUL  HOMER,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  May  17,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 
Cause:  Killed  in  battle  with  enemy  submarine. 
Next  of  kin  :  Father,  John  J.  Crockett,  Raven,  Va. 
CROCKETT,  TUHMAN  LEWIS,  ship's  cook,  third  class.  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Tangier,  Va.,  April  28,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,.Va.,  October  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Lillian  Crockett  King,  Tangier,  Va. 
CROCKWELL,  ALOYSITJS  HENRY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  20,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  A'.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  Thomas  Peters  (address  not  known). 
CROFT,  HUGH  ST.  ELMO,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  14,  1917. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Pocahontas,  June  17,  1918. 
Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin':  Father,  George  H.  Croft,  Sisseton,  S.  Dak. 
CROFT,  WALTER  HOWARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  7,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Howard  Croft,  Garrison,  N.  Y. 

CROMER,  LUTHER  VINCENT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve- 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  7,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  air  station,  Kilingholm,  October  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Peyton  E.  Cromer,  2561  East  Main  Street,  Springfield,. 

Ohio. 

CROSBY,  GRANT,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo1.,  July  26,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  air  station,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  October  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Fern  Crosby,  121  West  Las  Animas  Street,  Colorado- 
Springs,  Colo. 
CROSBY,  PAUL  CLOWNEY,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  May  28,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Ellen  Meador,  Winnsboro,  S.  C. 
CROSKAY,  HUBERT  HOPE,  ship  fitter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  June  2,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  headquarters,  Paris,  France,  April  17,  1918. 
Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Isabelle  C.  Croskay,  1948  First  Street,  San  Diego,, 
Calif. 


"207 

CROSS,  CHARLES  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  March  31,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  September  20,  1917, 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Jessie  Blake,  Petrosky  Avenue,  Detroit,  Mich. 
CROSS,  HARRY  FREDERICK,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eva  Cross,  Maple  Street,  Lee,  Mass. 
CROSS,  JAMES  FRANK  MORISON,  gunner's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  11,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  J.  Cross,  8  Merchants  Street,  Newport,  R.  I. 
GROSSMAN,  KENNETH  CARLTON,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jessie  M.  Grossman,  877  Oak  Street,  Salem,  Oreg. 
CROSTHWAITE,  ORBRY  DE,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  August  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  P.  Crosthwaite,  Georgetown,  Ky. 
CROSWELL,  WILLIAM  HATCHER,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Carrie  E.  Croswell,  2335  West  Grace  Street,  Rich- 
mond, Va. 
CROTHERS,  AUSTIN  DECATUR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  H.  Crothers,  Oxford,  Pa. 
GROTTY,  WILLIAM  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  South  Norwalk,  Conn.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Spinal  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  P.  G.  Grotty,  59  Stevens  Street,  Norwalk,  Conn. 
CROW,  RILEY  THOMAS,  engineman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Rio  de  Janeiro,  Brazil,  September  16,  1918. 

Died :  Rio  de  Janiero,  Brazil,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  L.  Crow,  Loraine,  Oreg. 


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OROVVE,  COLLINS  ALWIN,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Reno,  Nev.,  September  25,  1917. 

Died :  Submarine  chaser  No.  209,  August  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Leta  K.  Barnett,  corner  Valencia  and  Seventh  Streets, 

Los  Angeles,  Calif. 

CBOWE,  EDMUND  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class  (A),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  August  20,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  December  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Michael  F.  Crowe,  311  Sixth  Street,  Parkersburg, 

W.  Va. 
CBOWE,  SAMUEL  FRANKLIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  January  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  Crowe,  Mankato,  Minn. 
CBOWELL,  BENTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  November  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  23,  1917. 

Cause :  Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Crowell,  Fisher,  La. 

CBOWELL,   MARK   Loucis,   fireman,   third   class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charley  E.  Crowell,  Stockton,  Kans. 
CBOWLEY,  DANIEL  JOSEPH,  Engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  10,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Walke,  July  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Accidentally  drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Catherine  A.  Crowley,  63  Hinkley  Street,  Sommerville, 

Mass. 
CBOWLEY,  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  24,  1917. 

Died :  S.  S.  Rochester,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Overexposure. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Catherine  Crowley,  550  East  One  hundred  and  thirty- 
fourth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
CBOWLEY,  JOHN,  boilermaker,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Navy  recruiting  station,  Seattle,  Wash.,  June  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Philadelphia,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Gunshot  wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Joaplim  Crowley,  449  Sixth  Street,  Bremerton,  Wash. 
CBOWLEY,  JOSEPH  CORNELIUS,  fireman,  sec9nd  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  February  26,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Crowley,  6  Everitt  Street,  Charleston,  Mass. 


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CBUDO,  EUGENIO  C.,  first  musician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Diego,  Calif.,  December  22,  1916. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October,  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Conception  Crudo,  1040  State  Street,  San  Diego,  Calif. 
CBUPIN,  SOLOMON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelharn  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Max  Crupin,  113  West  One  hundred  and  fourteenth 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

CBUTCHETT,  HAKOLD  EDWARD,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force.  % 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Eva  M.  Crutchett,  Armour,  S.  Dak. 

CRUZ,  AGAPITO  DE  LA,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  August  10,  1917. 

Died :  Kingston  Avenue  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  November  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Maria  Lindo,  Manila,  P.  I. 
CBUZ,  JUAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Guam,  Midway  Islands,  October  2,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Supply,  August  10,  3918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Maria  P.  Valensuela,  Agana,  Guam. 
CUBBERLEY,  CHESTER  CURTIS,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  30,  1917. 

Died :  Steamship  Frederick  R.  Kellogg,  August  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned  when  ship  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Isaac  N.  Cubberley,  44  South  Fifth  Avenue,  Long 

Branch,  N.  J. 
CUIZON,  JOSE,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Manila,  P.  I.,  June  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  March  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hilaria  Costantino,  Gapan,  North  Ecija,  P.  I. 
CULLEN,  LEO  MARTIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bridget  Cullen,  45  North  Street,  Luzerne,  Pa. 
CULLEN,   PAUL  JOSEPH,   seaman,   second  class,   United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died:  French  marine  hospital,  Rochefort,  France,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bridget  Cullen,  902  Poplar  Street,  Oakland,  Calif. 
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GULP,  GEORGE  BENJAMIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  Seaside  Hospital,  Long  Beach,  Calif.,  July  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  B.  Gulp,  North  Yakima,  Wash. 
GULP,  JAMES  ENOCH,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Miss  Gay  Gulp,  Spartenburg,  S.  C. 
CULVER,  PHILIP  HAMILTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  April  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  May  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Therese  B.  Culver,  824  East  Forty-fifth  Street,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 
GUMMING,  BRYANT  FLOUKNEY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  22,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  B.  Gumming,  1111  North  Twenty-fourth  Street, 

Birmingham,  Ala. 
GUMMING,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  December  5,  1916. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next   of   kin:    Mother,   Anna   Gumming,    1214   East    Sixty-fourth    Street, 

Chicago,  111. 
CUMMINGS,  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  April  4,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause :  Killed  in  battle  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Nellie  Gummings,  2917  Fairmount  Street,  Kansas 

City,  Mo. 

CUMMINGS,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  Jr.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  At  home,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  J.  Cummings,  70  Blossom  Street,  Haverhill, 

Mass. 
CUMMINS,  LAWNEY  LAWRENCE,  seaman,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  18,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  May  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Nephritis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  P.  S.  Cummins,  Eureka,  Calif. 
GUMP,  IRVIN  RANKIN,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  H.  Gump,  Marion,  Pa. 


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CTJNARD,  LOYD  HILAN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  January  25,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  San  Diego,  May  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  B.  Cunard,  Crescent,  Okla. 
CUNNINGHAM,  CHAELES  DAVID,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  January  4,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  James  Cunningham,  518  High  Street,  West  Hohoken, 

N.  J. 

CUNNINGHAM,   DALE  LEWIS,   hospital  apprentice,   second   clnss.    United    States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  H,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Mildred  Bowers,  1026  Detroit  Avenue,  Toledo,  Ohio. 
CUNNINGHAM,  JOHN  PHIL,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  August  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  September  25, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  M.  Cunningham,  58  South  Potter  Street,  Beli- 

fonte,  Pa. 

CUNNINGHAM,  KENNETH   NOBLE,   seaman,   second  class,   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Richland  Center,  Wis.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Laura  L.  Cunningham,  Richland  Center,  Wis. 
CUPPLES,  HUBERT  LESTER,   apprentice  seaman,   United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  C.  C.  Cupples,  Marmaduke,  Ark. 

CURRENCE,  LELAND  KITTLE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted  :  Baltimore,  Md.,  June  25,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Dianah  Currence,  Beverly,  W.  Va. 
CURRIE,  JAMES  ROSCOE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  April  9,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alabama,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Pearl  Currie,  Brookston,  Ind. 
CUBRIE,  JESSE  MELLON,  chief  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  U.  S.  S.  Kansas,  May  4,  1915. 
.  Died:  Naval  hospital,  Canacaco,  P.  L,  July  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Burns. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  E.  Currie,  3946  Williamsburg  Avenue,  Rich- 
mond, Va. 


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CUEBIER,  ROLAND  LEKOY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  November  22,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Lucy  A.  Southwick,  .108  East  Park,  Blair,  Nebr. 
CURRIN,  CLARENCE  WATSON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died:  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Bunar  Crenshaw,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Keysville,  Va. 
CURRY,  EUGENE  EDWARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  January  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  11,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Eugene  Curry,  802  Avenue  D,  Miami,  Fla. 
CURRY,  JOSEPH  PATRICK,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Yorktown,  Va.,  August  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Choleithiasis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  T.  Curry,  Hotel  Touraine,  Boston,  Mass. 
CURTIN,  JAMES  HENRY,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  November  15,  1917. 

Died:  Somerville,  Mass.,  November  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Committed  suicide. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Catherine  Curtin,  9  Tennyson  Street,  Winter  Hill, 


CURTIS,  CLIFTON,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Carola,  August  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  C.  W.  Curtis,  Swanton,  Ohio. 
CURTIS,  HOWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  September  11,  1917. 

Died :  Steamship  Florence  H.,  April  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  in  explosion  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Edwin  L.  Curtis,  R.  F.  D.  1,  box  20,  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va. 
CURTIS,  KENNETH  ALBERT,  quartermaster  (A),  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  January  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  M.  Curtis,  Tecumseh,  Nebr. 
CURTIS,  RALPH  ANTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  October  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  February  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  Joseph  Mihle,  Victor,  Colo. 

CUSHMAN,  ROBERT,  Jr.,  quartermaster,  first  class    (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  L,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis,  acute  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Robert  Cushman,  sr.,  26  Green  Street,  Pawtucket,  R.  I 


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CUTHBERT,  BLAKE,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  forces,  foreign  service,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  Cuthbert,  Rockport,  Wash. 

CUTTING,    ROBERT   MILLEK,    seaman,    second    class,    United    States    Naval   Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Navy  rifle  range,  Camp  Logan,  111.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  rifle  range,  Wakefield,  Mass.,  April  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  C.  C.  Cutting,  422  Stuart  Avenue,  Kalamazoo,  Mich. 

D'ABBEIT,  JOHN  A.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  24,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  June  23,  1917. 

Cause :  Aneurism. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mary  D'Abreu,  149  Center  Street,  Dorchester,  Mass. 
DADDOW,  LLOYD  ARCHABALD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Scranton,  Pa.,  May  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Daddow,  Dallas,  Pa. 
DAIGLE,  JOSEPH  ERNEST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  21,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Simon  Ernest  Daigle,  Hope  Villa,  La. 
DAKE,  FRANK  JOE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Dake,  800  East  Dale  Street,  Springfield,  Mo. 
DALE,  ROBERT  RADFORD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  June  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  September  15,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Fannie  Dale,  box  243,  Louisville,  Colo. 
DALES,  JOHN  ELDIS,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  June  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nancy  Mary  Dales,  University  Park,  Iowa. 
DALLAS,  CECIL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa,.  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Nephritis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  Dallas,  3046  North  Fifth  Street,  Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
DALNES,  HAROLD  ED.,  electrician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  24,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ellen  M.  Dalnes,  723  Myrtle  Street,  Crookstoh,  Minn. 


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DALTOX,  CAUL  LEWIS,  pharmacist's  mute,  second  class,  United  Slates  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  June  24,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Tampa,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  when  vessel  was  lost. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lycurgus  E.  Daltou,  Gastonia,  N.  C. 

DALTON,  LEEOY  SELVESTER,  seamen,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  May  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Annapolis,  Md.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia  following  influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Dalton,  Hartford,  S.  Dak. 
DALTION,  JAMES  HABRY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy  (G.  C.  M.  P.). 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  10,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Mrs.  Sarah  Doane,  571  Bennington  Street,  East  Boston, 

Mass. 
DALY,  EDWABD  MICHAEL,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  September  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  President  Lincoln,  May  31,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Daly,  65  North  Odgen  Street,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
DALY,  HUGH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Hugh  Daly,  5529  Columbia  Avenue,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
DALZELL,  ELGIN  RAY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  August  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Mastoiditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Clifton  H.  Dalzell,  Paris,  Ky. 
DAMASCHKE,  HABRY  C.,  seaman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Von  Steuben,  July  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  August  Damaschke,  153  Alphonse  Street,  Rochester, 

N.  Y. 
DAMAVABA,  CHRIST,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops,  December  1,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Katherine  Damavara,  Limmos,  Greece. 
DAMSEL,  CLYDE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Virginia  Damsel,  61  Eleventh  Street,  Wheeling,  W.  Va. 
DANCY,  ISAAC,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  January  12,  1916. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Norman  M.  Dancy;  Vannoy,  N.  C. 


215 

DANIEL,  JOSEPH  ROLAND,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Charleston,  S.  C.,  April  3,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alcedo,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  at  sea. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  A.  Daniel,  398  Broad  Street,  Darlington,  S.  0. 
DANIELL,  JAMES  EARNEST,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  February  18,  1913. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  February  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Pearl  Daniell,  R.  R.  4,  box  30,  Lawton,  Okla. 
DANIELS,  JAMES  GANSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Auxiliary  Rex.  School  Municipal  Pier,  Chicago,  111.,  October  5, 
1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:   Wife,   Josephine  S.   Daniels,  4708  Rockhill  Road,  Kansas 

City,  Mo. 
DANIELS,  JOSEPH  BRECKINRIDGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Annapolis,  Md.,  August  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Annapolis,  Md.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia  following  influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  J.  F.  Daniels,  97  Market  Street,  Annapolis,  Md. 
DANIELS,  LOREN  RAYMOND,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  March  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  August  3,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  J.  Wilson,  71  East  Union  Street,  Newark,  N.  J. 
DANIELSON,  CHRISTIAN  PETER,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  October  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  June  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Injuries  from  railroad  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Marie  Danielson,  box  8,  Byrum,  Utah. 
DANN,  CHARLES  LAFAYETTE,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  26,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sybelia  Agues  Dann,  118  Hone  Street,  Kingston,  N.  Y. 
DANNEMILLER,  VINCENT  DE  PAUL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  July  25,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Solomon  Dannemiller,  Doylestown,  Ohio. 
DANNENBERG,  FRED  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind  ,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Dannenberg,  Jewell,  Ohio. 


216 

DANNEE,  HARRY  KNOWLES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  May  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Banner,  Blanchard,  Iowa. 
DANZ,  WILLIAM  FRED,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Emma  R.  Danz,  1249  Halstead  Street,  Muscatine, 

Iowa. 
DARBY,  CHESTER  ARMSTRONG,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Eva  Armstrong  Darby,  box  552,  Colorado  Springs, 

Colo. 
DARBY,  JAMES  GERALD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  September  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Hosiptal,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Darby,  box  600,  St.  Ignace,  Mich. 
DARLING,  JOSEPH,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy.  % 

Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  May  1,  1915. 

Died :  Receiving  sfiip,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  E.  Darling,  22  Ainsden  Street,  Arlington,  Mass. 
DARLING,   LEON  WALLACE,   fireman,   first  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Abbie  Darling,  Summerland,  Calif. 
DARNELL,  WILLIAM  CARL,  shipwright,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Scarlet  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mana  Darnell,  Browns  Grove,  Ky. 
DARNELL,  WILLIAM  LEE,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  LaTcemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Marie  L.  Darnell,  308  State  Street,  Berkley,  Va. 
DARNOLD,  RAY  LAW,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  February  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Leroy  Darnold,  6820  Lakewood  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 


217 

DAEBAGH,  PATBICK  JOSEPH,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  Kingston  Avenue  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  A.  Darragh,  25  Catherine  Street,  Bridgeport, 

Conn. 
DABROW,  EVERETT  LELON,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  September  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Miami,  Fla.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Will  Darrow,  Snyder,  Tex. 

DATEB,  WALDO  VAN  DYKE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  November  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Katherine  Dater,  178  Sixth  Avenue,  North  Troy,  N.  Y. 
DAUB,  WILFRED  FRANKLIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Elizabeth  Daub,  Linfield,  Pa. 
DAUGHERTY,  ALBERT  LEWIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  December  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  April  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Michael  Daugherty,  415  Arlington  Avenue,  Newark, 

Ohio. 

DAUGHTON,  LEO  MORRIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Grand  River,  Iowa,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Annapolis,  Md.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hannah  Griffin  Daughton,  Grand  River,  Iowa. 
DAUM,  HARRY  JULIUS,  carpenter's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Daum,  1818  Doty  Street,  Oshkosh,  Wis. 
DAUSER,  ANTHONY  AUGUSTUS,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  March  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Embolism. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Thomas  Dauser,  1320  Twenty-second  Avenue,  Tus- 

caloosa,  Ala. 
DAVENPORT,  EVERETT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  May  30,  1918. 

Died :  No.  3  Hospital,  Leith,  Scotland,  November  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  W.  Davenport,  Paw  Creek,  N.  C. 


218 

DAVID,  ALFKED  CABLTON,  landsman  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bobie  Kendrick  David,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
DAVIDSON,  JAS.  CLARENCE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Annie  Davidson,  2706  Seventh  Street,  Meridian,  Miss. 
DAVIDSON,  THROCK  MORTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died :  Steamship  Palmer,  at  Conneaut,  Ohio,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebral. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Mrs.  K.  B.  Davidson,  1523  North  Topeka  Street,  Wichita, 

Kans. 

DAVIDSON,  VERDEN  ORVAL,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Bolinas,  Calif.,  April  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  November  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza,  with  pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mary  Davidson,  Bolinas,  Calif. 

DAVIES,  GEORGE  FORREST,  landsman  for  electrician  (G),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  June  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  August  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alfred  Jas.  Da  vies,  14401  Coit  Road,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 
DAVIS,  ALBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Harriet  Gundy  Davis,  Perham,  Minn. 
DAVIS,  ALVIN  ELLIOTT,  landsman  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  February  18,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lottie  Davis,  3117  South  Dakota  Avenue,  NE.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 

DAVIS,  CHARLES  ERWIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  III.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother.  Helen  Marvel  Davis,  Marion,  Ky. 


219 

DAVIS,  DENSEL  LEE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  June  19,  1918. 

Died:  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  Harris  Davis,  1727  East  Sixty-ninth .  Street, 

Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
DAVIS,  EDWARD  LEE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  March  5,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  J.  Davis,  Warrenton,  N.  C. 

DAVIS,  ELMER  H.,  landsman  for  quartermaster   (A),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Laura  Adelia  Davis,  Madison,  S.  Dak. 
DAVIS,  FRANK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Johnstown,  Pa.,  June  21,  1918. 

Died:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,   September  8,   1918. 

Cause:  Found  dead  on  railroad  train. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harry  Davis,  Patton,  Pa. 

DAVIS,  FRANK  JOHN,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  13,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Grace  Ann  Davis,  733   Brooklyn   Street,   Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
DAVIS,  GEORGE  THOMAS,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  24,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Aylwin,  January  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned  at  sea. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Christian  Davis,  42  Graham  Street,  Jersey,  N.  J. 
DAVIS,  HARRY,  baker,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Galveston,  Tex.,  February  16,  1914. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Guardian,  J.  A.  Kirk,  Hopewell,  Pa. 

DAVIS,  HARRY  BRUCE,  carpenter's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mrs.  Anna  Mary  Davis,  Tescott,  Kans. 
DAVIS,  JAS.  EMMETT,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Ishpeming,  Mich.,  November  21,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Camden,  January  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Result  of  wounds. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Davis,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Dag.a-ett,  Midi. 


220 

DAVIS,  JAMES  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Davis,  117  Alsace  Avenue,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
DAVIS,  JASPER  Louis,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  June  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Celia  Priscilla  French,  Okoloina,  Miss. 
DAVIS,  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Scranton,  Pa.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  September  27, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Davis,  229  East  Church  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 
DAVIS,  JOHN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Scranton,  Pa.,  November  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  January  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Thomas  Davis,  Tresckow,  Pa. 
DAVIS,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  November  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Albany,  July  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  L.  McKeown,  129  Webster  Street,  East  Boston,. 

Mass. 
DAVIS,  JOHN  LYNWOOD,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  October  13,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  November  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  R.  Davis,  Merry  Point,  Va. 
DAVIS,  JOSEPH  NORMAN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Laura  Bugatimer  Davis,  R.  R.  2,  Guyton,  Ga. 
DAVIS,  MAURICE  LYLE,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  10,  1917. 

Died :  Marine  barracks,  Quantico,  Va.,  February  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  Davis,  614  Prospect  Avenue,  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.. 
DAVIS,  MOSES  Louis,  storekeeper,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next    of   kin:    Father,    Benamin    Davis,    1435   Cadieur    Street,    Montreal, 

Canada. 
DAVIS,  OSCAR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  15,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jarvis,  October  8,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Bessie  Smith,  1322  South  Second  Street,  Philadelphia, . 
Pa. 


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DAVIS,  RALPH  RAYFORD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Supply,  August  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Leona  Davis,  Taylorsville,  Ga. 
DAVIS,  ROSCOE  BILLY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  August  21,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  November  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Zora  Bell  McCullum,  Skykomish,  Wash. 
DAVIS,  THOMAS  EVERETT,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  April  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  San  Diego,  July  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alma  Davis,  South  Mansfield,  La. 

DAVIS,   WILLIAM,   mess   attendant,   third   class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  June  20,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship.  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Susie  Davis  Battle,  Middletown,  N.  Y. 
DAVISON,  FRED,  liivman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  2,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mahala  Davison,  Coin,  Iowa. 
DAVY,  HAROLD  MICHAEL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Madison,  Wis.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next   of  kin:  Father,   Michael   Davy,  811   Clymer   Place,   Madison,   Wis. 
DAY,  ALVIN  GEORGE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Hollister,  Calif.,  July  30,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Leonard  Day,  Hollister,  Calif. 
DAY,  ARTHUR  LEK,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  November  22,  1917. 

Died :  Submarine  chaser  No.  90,  October  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Asphyxiation. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Harriet  B.  Day,  207  Webb  Avenue,  Pullman,  Wash. 
DAY,   BUELL  VAN   KEURAN,   landsman   for  quartermaster    (A),  United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y.,  December  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  February  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Day,  2003  Fifteenth  Street,  Troy,  N.  Y. 
DAY,  CECIL  ELLIS,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval   Kcscrvc  Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  June  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  CheL  ea,  Mass.,  September  8,  191  S. 

Cause:  Inlluon/a. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  .lolm  Thomas  Day,  Nicholsville,  Ala. 


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DAY,  EUUKNK,  ship's  cook,  fourth  chr  s.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  October  5,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  ;  tntion,  Miami,  Fla.,  June  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Peritonitis. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Truman  Day,  Booneville,  Ind. 
DAY,  LEON AKD  CALVEKT,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclop*,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Lydia  Well  .  Morehead  City,  N.  C. 
DAY,  WALTER  HAROLD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted  :     Seattle,  Wash.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died:  Providence  hospital,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Annie  Workman,  52  Sixth  Street,  N.W.,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 
DEAHY,  DAVID  J.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Re  erve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  submarine  chaser  No.  321,  December  30,  1917. 

Cause :  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Matthew  J.  Deahy,  Longmeadow,  R.  I. 
DEAL,  BRYAN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  January  4,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Westovcr,  July  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ollie  Deal,  London,  Ind. 

DEAN,  GEORGE  FRANKLIN,  landsman  for  electrician   (R),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  14,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Enstleigh,  England,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Dean,  809  McAllister  Avenue,  Benton  Harbor, 

Mich. 

DEAN,   ROBERT  EMERSON,   fireman,   third   class.   United    States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  22,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Walter  Dean,  Peterson,  Iowa. 
DEATON,  NEAL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  submarine  base,  San  Pedro,  Calif.,  November  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Died  after  having  engaged  in  bout  of  boxing. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  E.  Deaton,  1122  East  Fourth  Street,  Pueblo, 

Colo. 
DE  BELMONTE,  HENRY,  wardroom  steward,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  3,  1917. 

Died :  Section  base  No.  6,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  July  3,  1917. 

Cause :  Myocarditis  and  endocarditis,  cardiac  dilation. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Louis  De  Belmonte,  15  Rue  de  Rivoli.  Paris,  France. 
DE  BOED,  EARL  ESTLE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  25,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25.  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Henry  De  Boed,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Irving,  Kans. 


223 

DE  Bow,  JOHN  GRANT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Bridge,  March  3.  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Uncle,  Guy  D.  Fligor,  605  East  Poplar  Street,  Paragould, 

Ark. 

DE  CAIRE,  VEILLA  JOSEPH,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Helen  De  Caire,  Unionville,  Mich. 
DECKARD,  MCKINLEY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Half  sister,  Georgie  Deckard,  Bidwell,  Ohio. 
DECLERCQ,  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  May  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Declercq,  George,  Iowa. 
DEEN,  RUSSELL  HAYES,  seaman,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  U.  S.  S.  Granite  State,  April  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Scarlet  fever  and  measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,   James  Howard  Deen,   99  Linden    Street,   Yonkers 

N.  Y. 

DEERY,  FRANK  WARDELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  17,  1918. 

Died:  At  home,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  C.  Deery,  2225  Ditmas  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
DEETS,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  4,  1918. 

Died:  12  South  Fourth  Street,  Lafayette,  Ind.,  June  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alexander  Deets,  Indianapolis,  Ind. 
DE  FORGE,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Anderton,  October  10, 1917. 

Cause :  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rebecca  De  Forge,  373  East  One  hundred  and  thirty- 
seventh  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
DE  FREITAS,  JOHN,  chief  carpenter's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  15,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  June  4,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Adelaide  De  Freitas,  Funchal,  Portugal. 


224 

DEGENHABT,  HENRY  IGNATIUS,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  State? 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  29,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Exhaustion  from  heat. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Harry  C.  Degenhart,  1044  Park  Avenue,  New  York, 

N.  Y. 
DE  GOOYEB,  GEOEGE,  seamon,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  August  25,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Huntington,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  De  Gooyer,  R.  R.  1,  box  84,  North  Yokima,  Wash. 
DE  GKOODT,  FAY  MEDKIFF,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  De  Groodt,  Morrisville,  N.  Y. 
DE  HAMMER,  DANIEL,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  December  19,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Minnie  De  Hammer,  62  Caroline  Street,  Grand  Rapids, 

Mich. 
DEIGHAN,  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercury,  October  7, 1918. 

Cause :  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Father.  Daniel  Deighan,  Rethfed  Coderry,  Ireland. 
DEIGNAN,  THOMAS  JAMES,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  August  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  August  29, 1918. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Catherine  Deignan,  21  Tower  Street,  West  Lynn, 

Mass. 
DEILKS,  JOHN  WILLIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  January  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  April  18, 1918. 

Cause :  Measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Deilks,  Fort  Morgan,  Colo. 
DEISS,  HERMAN  ROBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  August  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  10, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Catherine  L.  Deiss,  402  West  North  Street,  Carlin- 

ville,  111. 

DEITZ,  CHARLES  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Benton  Harbor,  Mich.,  April  6,  1917. 

Died ;  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Typhoid  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lydia  Deitz,  214  Church  Street,  St.  Joseph,  Mich. 


225 

DE  LACEY,  ROBERT  EVANS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buiukin  Island,  Mass.,  June  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Bumkin  Island,  Mass.,  August  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next   of  kin :    Wife,   Katheririe  Frances   De   Lacey,   44   Columbia   Street, 

Cambridge,  Mass. 

DE  LACY,  CHARLES  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  27.  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  De  Lacy,  1616  South  Central  Park  Avenue, 

Chicago,  111. 

DE  LANEY,  JAMES  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  May  21,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  A.  De  Laney,  38  Harriet  Street,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 
DE  LAP,  BENJAMIN  HARRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
.    Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  8,  1917. 

Died :  No.  3  hospital,  Leith,  Scotland,  November  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  De  Lap,  New  Lisbon,  Wis. 
DE  LAUNCEY,  MONTAGUE,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  12,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Buena  Ventura,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ella  O.  De  Launcey,  3819  Fifth  Street,  Meridian,  Miss. 
DE  LAWRENCE,  LAWRENCE,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  17,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wabash,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Giacomo  De  Lawrence,  Wodo  Gadore,  Italy. 
DEL  GUADIO,  JOHN,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  1812  Gleason  Avenue,  Bronx,  N.  Y.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gabriele  Del  Guadio,  1812  Gleason  Avenue,  Bronx, 

N.  Y. 
DELLINGER,  JUNITJS  LOGAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  December  27,  1916. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Albert  L.  Dellinger,  Newton,  N.  C. 
DE  LONG,  LILLIAN  H.,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  Slates  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  11,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza  followed  by  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  M.  De  Long,  1013  Eighth  Avenue,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 
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226 

DE  LOS  SANTOS,  PEDRO,  mess  attendant,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cavite,  P.  I.,  March  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  base  hospital,  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia, 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Juan  De  los  Santos,  San  Simon,  Pampauga,  P.  I. 
DEI.  PAN,  Louis,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  April  24,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Blanca  Fontels,  405  Aviles  Street,  San  Miguel,  Manila, 

P.  I. 
DEMARAY,  MARION  EARL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Demaray,  Vermontville,  Mich. 
DEMBRESS,  ANTHONY  JOSEPH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Ohio,  June  9,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Dembress,  6550  Haverford  Avenue,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
DEMING,  FRED  PINCHARD,  pharmacist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  30,  1913. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  September  8,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Lucille  M.  Deming,  Roosevelt  Hospital,  Berkeley,  Calif. 
DEMPSEY,  JOHN  CLARENCE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Montgomery,  Ala.,  April  8,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  C.  C.  Dempsey,  227  West  Crawford  Street,  Dothan, 

Ala. 

DENENNY,  JAMES  MICHAEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy   (G.  C. 
M.  P.). 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Michael  P.  Denenny,  486  Fifth  Avenue,  Troy,  N.  Y. 
DENMAN,  CYRUS  MARTIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  May  22,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  November  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Burns. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Martin  Cyrus  Denman,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Norwalk,  Ohio. 
DENNETT,  GEORGE  Low,  machinist's  mate,  second  class  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Miami,  Fla.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ethel  Walker  Dennett,  34  State  Street,  Gorham,  Me. 


227 

DKNNKY,  HARRY  SAWYER,  gunner's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  28,  1917. 
Died :  Submarine  chaser  No.  209,  August  27,  1918. 
Cause:  Lost  life  when  U.  S.  submarine  chaser  No.  209  was  fired  upon  by 

S.  S.  Felix  Taussig,  having  been  mistaken  for  enemy  submarine. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Lavina  Denney,   1703  South   Second  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
DKNNEY,  JOSEPH  COCHRAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United    States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  August  7,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  22.  1917. 
Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 
Next    of    kin:  Father,    Albert    J.    Deuney,    386    South    Fourth     Street, 

Aurora,  111. 

DENNIS,  JOHN  THOMAS,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  November  11,  1916. 
Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 
Next  of  kin :  Foster  mother,  Mary  Olive  Dennis,  Clathe,  Colo. 
DENNY,  WILLIAM  EDWARD,  landsman  for  shipfitter   (A),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  2,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  17,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother  Johanna  Denny,  5577  St.  Edwards  Street,  St.  Louis, 

Mo. 

DEN  SON,  JOSEPH  Lou,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Meridian,  Miss.,  August  2,  1918. 
Died :  R.  F.  D.  1,  Brandon,  Miss.,  October  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  L.  Denson,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Brandon,  Miss. 
DENTON,  ARTHUR  RAY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  July  1,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va., -October  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

.     Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eldora  Denton,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Box  25,  Keysville,  Va, 
DEPARTHY,  HENRY  LEWIS,  fireman,  first  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Providence,  R.  L,  March  28,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Arzelia  Departhy,  72  Abbott  Street,  Valley  Falls,  R.  I. 
DE  PALMA,  FRANK,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  7,  1917. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Nevada,  October  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Nicholas  De  Palma,  418  North  Terrace  Avenue,  Mount 
Vernon,  N.  Y. 


228 

DEBICKSON,    NEWTON   JAY,   apprentice   seaman,   United    States  Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Evelyn  Forman  Derickson,  Elzmere,  Del. 
DE  RITTA,  ANGKLO,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  13,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Oklahoma,  June  28,  1917. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Tony  De  Ritta,  70  Barston  Street,  Providence,  R.  I. 
DE  ROY,  .MICHAEL  PRESSLESS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Naval  Base,  Va.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,   Julia   Jose  De  Roy,  1711  North  Main   Street/ St. 

Charles,  Mo. 

DESCH,  CLOTAIRE  STEPHEN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  R.  Desch,  106  South  Market  Street,  Coldwater, 

Ohio. 
DESKIN,  OTIS  ORAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  October  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Miami,  Fla.,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  W.  Deskin,  Dublin,  Tex. 

DETTERMAN,  ANTHONY  GEORGE,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Annapolis,  Md.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza  and  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Nicholas  Joseph  Detterman,  1820  Clayburn  Avenue, 

Norfolk,  Va. 

DETTLAFF,  JOSEPH  ROMAN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  29,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Oklahoma.  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  Dettlass,  Milwaukee,  Jones  Island,  Wis. 
DEUTSCH,  MORRIS  ADOLPH,  storekeeper,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  17,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  Katz  Deutsch,  2314  Park  Avenue,  Philadelphia, 
Pa. 


229 

DEUTSCHMANN,  HOMER,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  August  22,  1917. 

Died :  Section  base  No.  1,  Baltimore,  Md.,  October  19, 1918. 

Cause :  Accident,  on  board  S.  S.  Princess. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  Deutschmann,  813  C  Avenue,  East,  Oskaloosa, 

Iowa. 

DEVAUCENE,  GEORGE  BERRY,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve   Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  16,  1918. 

Died:  United  States  submarine  chaser  base,  Corfu,  Greece,  November  1, 
1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mrs.  John  DeVaucene,  257  West  One  hundred  and  thirty- 
second  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

DE\TINE,  CHARLES  GABRP;T.L,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve    Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  11,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes.  111.,  September  21.  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  DeVine,  North  Maine  Street,  Randolph,  Mass. 
DEVINE,  CLARENCE  RICHMOND,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  13,  1914. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  17,  1917. 

Cause :    Suicide — gunshot    wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Theresa  DeVine,  2545  South  Twelfth  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

DEVINE,  JOHN  THOMAS,  Jr.,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve   Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  29,  1917. 

Died:  Pauillac,  France,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Thomas  DeVine,  158  John  Street,  Fall  River, 

Mass. 

DEVLIN,  CLARENCE  JOSEPH,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United   States  Naval  Re- 
serve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  St.  Vincent's  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  J.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :    Broncho   pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Sarah  Margaret  Devlin,  234  St.  Marys  Street,  Burling- 
ton,  N.   J. 
DEVOE,  BERNARD  EUGENE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Diego.  Calif.,  December  14,  1915. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  P.  DeVoe,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Long  Beach,  Calif. 
DEVOE,  STEPHEN  WESTLEY,  painter,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Ina  DeVoe  Keller,  Michigan  City,  Ind. 


230 

DEVOKAK,  WILLIAM,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  November  24,  1911. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,    lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Anna  Devornk,  2109  Twenty-seventh  Street,   South 

Minneapolis,   Minn. 
DEWBERRY,  ALBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  June  30,  1917. 

Died ;  Naval  hospital,  Newporf,  R.  I.,  October  27,  1917. 

Cause:    Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Albert  Dewberry,  Lynchburg,  Tex. 

DEWHUPST,    JOHN    Kicif.M.n,    1  indsrman    for    electrician.    Unr.ed    States-    Navnl 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn.  N.  Y.,  March  27,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pelhain  Kay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next    of    kin:  Brother,    Daniel    Patrick    Dewhurst,    352    Wythe    Avenufl, 

Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
DEXTER,  ALBERT  HENRY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  December  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  January  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Annie  Dexter,  R.  F.  D.  8,  Norwich  Town,  Conn. 
DEYMORE,  ERNEST  BRANSCOMB,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Bath,  Me.,  October  31,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Kervin  Deyniore,  Waldoboro,  Me. 
DEYOUNG,  JACOB  PETER,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  August  13,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  February  6,  191g. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  DeYoung,  25  McCann  Street,  Ilion,  N.  Y. 
DIAL,  LYMON  WAYNE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted  :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  20,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  J.  Dial,  Foraker,  Okla. 
DIAMOND,  HENRY,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  March  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  August  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  James  Diamond,  Winthrop,  Me. 
DICHELSCHER,  ARTHUR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Emma  Dichelscher,  1337  School  Street,  Chicago,  Hi. 
DICKEN,  GEORGE  WILLIAM,  coxswain,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  December  7,  1917. 

Died :  Base  No.  24,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,   Martha  Jane  Riche,  977  East  Forty-ninth   Street, 
Los  Angeles,  Calif. 


231 

DICKERSON,  PAUL,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  January  7,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderof/a,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Henry  Dickerson,  Riviera,  Tex. 

DICKINSON,   WILBUR  H.,   landsman   for  electrician    (R),   United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ada  Dickinson,  22  Wyman  Street,  Woburii,  Mass. 
DICKSON,  OSCAR  HERMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  June  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Amelia  Dickson,  2423  Nassau  Street,  Everett,  Wash. 
DICOSOLA,  DOMINICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pnefumonia,  lobar. 

Next    of    kin :  Mother,    Rosaria    Fortunati    Di    Cosola,    740    Indianapolis 

Boulevard,  Chicago,  111. 
DIDLAKE,  HERBERT  LORRAINE,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  June  26,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ceylon  H.  DidUike,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Box  125,  Richmond,  Va. 
DIEHL,  HENRY  ADAM,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died:  Great  Lakes,  111.   (naval  hospital),  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Albert  Diehl,  118  West  Elm  Street,  Reading,  Pa. 
DIESTELHORST,  ERNEST  HARRY,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Helen  Diestelhorst,  165  Park  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
DIETZ,  GEORGE  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louise  Dietz,  25  Nye  Avenue,  Acushnet,  Mass. 
DIETZ,  WILLIAM  HAROLD,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Dietz,  Schoharie,  N.  Y. 

DILLENKOFFER,    WILLIAM    FRANK,    fireman,    first    class,    United    States    Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  November  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Carberry  Dillenkoffer,  617  Seraparu  Street, 
New  Orleans,  La. 


232 

DILLINGEE,  CHARLES  KRUGEK,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  4,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  Pellmm  Bay  Park,  X.  V..  September  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Helen  Dillinger,  Bangall,  N.  Y. 
DILLON,  FRANCIS  XAVIER,  electrician,  second  class,  NNV. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  December  10,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Dillon,  124  Charles  Street,  Cambridge,  Mass. 
DILLON,  JOSEPH  LEO,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  August  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Edward  Dillon,  768  Mary  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 
Dmicco,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  August  13,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  Dimicco,  Sidney,  N.  Y. 

DISHAROON,  BENJAMIN  COULTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  He- 
serve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  3,  1918. 

Died:  1249  South  Fifty-third  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Florence  H.  J3isharoon. 

DISIMONE,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  ship's  cook,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  February  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  roival  base,  Virginia,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Mrs.  Santa  Pulmisnnn  Disimone,  7329  Birch  Street,  New 

Orleans,  La. 
DISMUKE,  EDWARD  TOM,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  April  2,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  C.  C.  Gramling,  Houston,  Tex. 
DITZLER,  EARL  RAYMOND,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  Anacona  Hospital,  January  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sadie  Bossert,  904  East  Henderson  Street,  Cleburne, 

Tex. 
DIXON,  THOMAS  WESLEY,  electrician,  first  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Pearl  Harbor,  Hawaii,  June  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pearl  Harbor,  Hawaii,  October  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Spinal  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Avice  E.  Dixon,  Poplar  Bluff,  Mo. 


233 

DIXON,  WILLIAM  ROGER,  seaman,   second  class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Dixon,  178  Park  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
DIZE,  NAVELLE  EDWARD,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Reedville,  Va.,  November  29,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  John  A.  Palmer,  jr.,  May  16,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lillie  Dize,  Fair  Port,  Va. 
DOAK,  HOMER  CRANSTON,  shipwright,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Freeman  Van  Buren  Doak,  Stronghurst,  111. 
DOANE,  GENE  FRANKLIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Denver,  Colo.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  August  22,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Doane,  Lander,  Wyo. 
DOBB,  DELMAR,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  Dobb,  85  Merrill  Avenue,  Muskegon,  Mich. 
DOBB,  WILLIAM  HENDY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  August  2,  1918. 

Died :  Marine  hospital,  Chicago,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  Carroll  Hendy  Dobb,   434  Pioneer  Street, 

Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
DOBBERTEN,  ALBERT  FERDINAND,  Jr.,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  August  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  A.  F.  Dobberten,  1609  South  Street,  Lake  Charles,  La. 
DOBBS,  PAUL  WESLEY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  June  12,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Debby  Dobbs,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Britton,  S.  Dak. 
DODDS,  JOHN,  boiler  maker,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  U.  S.  S.  Kanawha,  February  14,  1918. 

Died:  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Laura  Dodds,  225  West  Mahoney   Street,  Mahonoy 

City,  Pa. 
DODGE,  FREDERICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y.,  July  16,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Janp  Dodge,  18  Maple  Avenue,  Gloversville,  N.  Y. 


234 

DODGE,  LESLIE  AUGUSTUS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  December  1,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  February  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Charlotte  Dodge,  708  West  Twenty-seventh   Street. 

South  Richmond,  Va. 
DODSON,  EDMOND,  chief  commissary  steward,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  28,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va..  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Helen  M.  Dodson,  3113  Gabriel  Avenue,  Zion  City,  111. 
DOE,  GEORGE  FRANK,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  April  21,  1917. 

Died:  Gallups  Island,  Boston,  Mass.,  September  29.  1938. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  A.  Doe,  83  Thatcher  Street,  Mattapan,  Mass. 
DOHENY,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  5,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  January  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar  . 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hannah  Dodge,  29  South  Street,  Fitchburg,  Mass. 
DOLAN,  JAMES  FREDERICK,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  January  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife.  Harriet  Newell  Dolan,  35  Turkey  Shore  Road,  Ipswich, 

Mass. 
DOLEZAL,  GEORGE,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  9,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  8,  1917. 

Cause :  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Dolezal,  5109  Fleet  Avenue,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 
DOLL,  VERN  FRANCIS,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  July  27,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  February  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Louise  Doll,  112  Conwell  Street,  Connersville,  Ind. 
DOMBROWSKI,  MARION  MICHEL,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Canadas,  P.  L,  September  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Stepticemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kozmiera  Olexewicz,  1333  West  Eighty -eighth  Street, 

Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
DONAGHY,  FRANCIS  ALOYSIUS,  shipwright,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Robert  Donaghy,  319  Fifty-fifth  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 


235 

F>O.\AHUE,  Joseph  Patrick,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.,  March  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  James  Michael  Donahue,  211  Ridge  Street,  Parsons, 

Pa. 
I  >ONALD,  AI>EXANDEE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  21,  1913. 

Died :  S.  S.  Vacuum,  April  28,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk  by  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Hugh  Donald,  109  Beuna  Vista  Street,  Corona,  Long 

Island,  N.  Y. 

DONALDSON,  GEORGE  ROBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Robert  Donaldson,  Morristown,  Tenn. 
DONALDSON,  JESSE  GEORGE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Dodge,  East  Burke,  Vt. 
DONALDSON,  LYLE  CLIFFORD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  February  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  receiving  ship,  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  February  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Gunshot  wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  T.  Donaldson,  Hillsboro,  111. 
DONNELLY,  DAN  FERMAN,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  September  9,  1916. 

Died:  Chappell,  Nebr.,  January  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Automobile  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  George  Ryan,  Chappell,  Nebr. 
DONNELLY  JOHN,  HENRY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Englisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  28,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Donnelly,  19  Spring  Street,  Newark,  N.  J. 
DONOHTJE,  CHARLES  JAMES,  plumber  and  fitter,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N,  Y.,  December  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  T.  Donohue,  130  Townsend  Street,  New  Bruns- 
wick, N.  J. 
OONOVAN,  BERNARD  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Allentown,  Pa.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  Armed  guard,  S.  S.  Rochester,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  life  when  boat  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Katie  Lynch,  92  Heckman  Street,  Phillipsburg,  N.  J. 


236 

DONOVAN,  DENNIS  PEANCIS,   quartermaster,   second  class   (A),  United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.,  March  15,  1918. 

Died:  United  States  naval  air  station,  Arcachon,  Gironde,  France,  October 
3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Nora  Donovan,  11  West  Fifteenth  Street,  Bayonne, 

N.  J. 
DONOVAN,  JESSE  FEANKLIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  9,  1917. 

Died:  United  States  naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Delia  M.  Donovan,  510a  Sarah  Street,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
DONOVAN,  JOHN  BERNARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Suppurative  pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Kathleen  Donovan,  154  Fraley  Street,  Kane,  Pa. 
DONOVAN.  AVILLIAM  AUGUSTUS,  boiler  maker,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  January  4,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause :  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Anna  L.  Donovan,  19  Narragansett  Avenue,  West  New- 
port, R.  I. 

DOODY,  MICHAEL  HENRY  CYRIL,  landsman  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died:  Naval-hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111..  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother, -Mary  Doody,  249  South  Western  Avenue,  St.  Paul, 

Minn. 

DOOLAN,  WILLIAM  MICHAEL,  engineman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  20,  1918. 

Died:   Emergency  hospital,  Country  Club,  Wilmington,   Del.,   October  17, 
1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  ^Catherine  Hart  Doolan,  1208   Spruce  Street,  Ash- 
land, Pa. 
DOOLEY,  JOHN  ALFRED,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  December  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L,  March  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Anna  Valentine,  94  Broadway,  Newburgh,  N.  Y. 
DORA,  MICHAEL  GUSTAVE,  carpenter's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  X.  Y.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Dora,  115  WTaterbnry  Lane,  Stamford,  Conn. 


237 

DOKE,  MARK  CEPHAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Shanahan  Dore,  217  Huron  Street,  Cheboy- 

gan,  Mich. 

DOBIAN,  JOHN  CONROY,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  24,  1918. 

Died:  Paducah,  Ky.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Katie  Dorian,  420  Washington  Street,  Paducah,  Ky. 
DORNBURGH,  CLYDE  JAY,  musician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  December  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Lizzie  Dornburgh,  67  Orchard  Street,  Gloversville, 

N.  Y. 

DORSETT,  FELIX  SIMMONS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Old  Point  Comfort,  Va.,  August  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Frances  Dorsett,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Bryon,  Ga. 
DORSEY,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  musician,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  22  Waller  Avenue,  Ossining,  N.  Y.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza  and  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Dorsey,  22  Waller  Avenue,  Ossining,  N.  Y. 
DOTY,  GEORGE  ALLEN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Ishpeming,  Mich.,  July  16,  1917. 

Died :  Cedar  Lake,  Negamee,  Mich.,  July  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ellsworth  Doty,  732  Main  Street,  Negamee,  Mich. 
DOTY,  LEROY  ARTHUR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Elmira,  N.  Y.,  May  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Ariel  Doty,  Greenwood,  N.  Y. 
DOUGAN,  MOSES  E.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  December  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L,  February  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Archibald  Dougan,  146  School  Street,  South  Man- 
chester, Conn. 
DOUGHERTY,  DENNIS  JOSEPH,  blacksmith,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  21,  1918. 

Died :  TT.  S.  S.  Panaman,  October  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Julia  CuiTinglmm,  5108  Reno  Street,  West  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 


238 

DOUGLAS,  FOREST  ELLIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Iiid.,  March  23,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  27,  1917. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  T.  Douglas,  K.  R.  2,  Quincy,  Ind. 
DOUGLAS,  Jos.  BRYON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  June  9,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy  and  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Gid  Douglas,  Martin  Mills,  Tex. 

DOUGLAS,  THOMAS  JEFFERSON,  machinist's  mate,   second  class,   United   State* 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  29,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ella  Douglas,  Lisbon,  Ohio. 
DOUGLASS,  JAS.  HARVEY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Southenj,  May  28,  1917. 

Cause :  Measles. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Steven  Warne  Douglass,  Coft'eyville,  Kans. 
DOUGLASS,  WILLIAM  RICHARD,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  July  6,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louellen  Thompson,  Bunker  Hill,  Temi. 
DOWD,  DANIEL  EARL,  electrician,  third  class  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  June  5,  1917. 

Died :  Ancon,  Canal  Zone,  hospital,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Tubercular  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Laura  Louella  Dowd,  Blakesburg,  Iowa. 
DOWD,  WILLIAM  AMBROSE,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died:  Kingston  Avenue  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  Dowd,  Port  Chester,  N.  Y. 
DOWDY,  SAMUEL  G.,  oiler,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  16,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  S.  Dowdy,  231  Twentieth  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 
DOWLING,   ROBERT  ANTHONY,   landsman   for   machinist's   mate,   United   States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Gulfport,  Miss.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Catherine  Dowling,  84  River  Street,  West  Newton, 
Mass. 


239 

DOWNEY,  EABL  W.,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Yorktown,  Va.,  April  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Florence  Downey,  609  North  Walnut  Street,  North 

Vornon,  Ind. 
DOWNEY,  MAURICE  LAWRENCE,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  July  7,  1916. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Von  Steitben,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Downey,  600  Holmes  Avenue,  Menominee, 

Mich. 
DOWNEY,  ROSCOE  CONKLIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Seattle,  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  March  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bessie  Downey,  Route  No.  2,  Lorena,  Tex. 
DOWNEY,  STEPHEN  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Actacon,  November  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Daniel  Downey,  1157  McQuade  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 
DOWNING,  CLARENCE  ALLEN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  April  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  June  11,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Downing,  Marble,  Colo. 

DOWNING,  REX  BRUNER,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:   Wife,  Winona  Eddy   Downing,  409  Cass  Street,   Hastings, 

Mich. 
DOWNING,  WILLIAM  GUY,  shipwright,  United  States  Naval  Reserve,  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lela  Frances  Downing,  Flippin,  Ky. 
DOXTATER,  GREGORY  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  NNV. 

Enlisted:  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  July  20,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Zoraya,  S.  P.  235,  January  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebral  hemorrhage. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Clara  R.  E.  Knight,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 
DOYLE,  FRANCIS,  landsman  for  electrician  (G.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  1,  May  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Doyle,  398  Plain  Street,  Providence,  R.  I. 


240 

-DOYLE,  JOHN  PATRICK,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  26,  1917. 
Died :  Navy  Yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  September  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  Carolan,  550  Hudson  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
DRAB,   WULLIAM   JOSEPH,   seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Barbara  Drab,  West  Brook  Gardens,  Oakdale,  N.  Y. 
DRAIN,  BENJAMIN  STANFORD,  landsman  for  electrician,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  February  25,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  9,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Vernon  L.  Drain,  Shelbyville,  Mo. 
DRANE,  CHARLES  EDWARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Meridian,  Miss.,  July  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Walter  B.  Drane,  Norfield,  Miss. 
DREHER,  JAMES,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  2,  1918. 
Died:  United  States  Naval  Auxiliary  Reserve  School,  Chicago,  111.,  October 

26,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Dreher,  2311  Sidney  Street,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
DREIER,  JACOB  Louis,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  April  9,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  21,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  F.  Hofste,  7101  Wade  Park  Avenue,  Cleveland, 

Ohio.^ 

DREJA,  NICHOLAS  MICHAEL,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  July  14,  1915. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Manley,  March  19,  1918. 
Cause :  Explosion  on  board. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Dreja,  1613  Elston  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
DRENNAN,  THOMAS,  landsman  for  electrician  (G.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Elsie  Drennan,  28  Rene  Place,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
DRESBACH,  ED  HERBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  May  23,  1917. 
Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause :  Member  of  the  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Michael  Robert  Dresbach,  1107  Harlon  Avenue,  Balti- 
more, Md. 


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DBESBACH,  SAMUEL  BRUCE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  December  10,  1917. 
Died:  Ensworth  Hospital,  St.  Joseph,  Mo..  March  5,  1918. 
Cause :  Appendicitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  H.  Dresbach,  Stanberry,  Mo. 
DRESSER,  ELLSWORTH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  May  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  C.  Dresser,  49  Shady  Avenue,  Lowille,  N.  Y. 
DEISCALL,  AUGUSTUS  ALFRED,  electrician,  third  class  (G),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Tucker  ton,  N.  J.,  November  20,  1917. 
Died :  Navy  radio  station,  Tuckerton,  N.  J.,  October  20,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Edna  Driscall,  Tuckerton,  N.  J. 
DRISCOLL,  FRANCIS  JOSEPH,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  7,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Maine,  July  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Lost  overboard. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  C.  Driscoll,  71  Warren  Street,  Revere,  Mass. 
DBISCOLL,  HARRY,  mess  attendant,  third  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  16,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  base  hospital  No.  5.  September  18,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Margaret  Driscoll,  43  Reid  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
DBOUT,  JAMES  EDWARD,  JR.,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  16,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  E.  Drout,  sr.,  3016  Marshall  Avenue  Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

DBUMM,  HARRY  JACOB,  carpenters'  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  26,  1918. 
Died :  Receiving  ship,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  6,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Catherine  May  Drumm,  2118  North  Eleventh  Street, 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 

DRUMMER,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  December  3,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  15,  1918. 
Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Drummer,  45  Kenia  Avenue,  Dayton,  Ohio. 
DUANE,  JAMES  JOSEPH,  printer,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  1,  1917. 
Died :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  10,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  Duane,  2217  South  Carlisle  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
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DUABTEY,  JOSEPH  ANGELUS,  shipwright,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  April  9,  1917. 
Died :  Receiving  ship,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  April  13,  1917. 
Cause:  Anesthesia  poisoning. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Minnie  Williams,  Toronto,  Canada. 
DUBANIEWICZ,  WALTER  GEORGE,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  5,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  7,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Mary  Dubaniewicz,  1038  Mitchell  Street,  Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
DUCHANE,  WILFRED  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  31,  1918. 
Died :  Marine  hospital,  Portland,  Me.,  October  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Duchane,  1047  Washington  Street,  Gloucester,' 

Mass. 
DUCHARME,  WILFRED,  carpenters'  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  11,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  base  hospital  No.  4,  November  3,  1918. 
Next  of  kin :   Father,  Louis  Ducharme,  302  Waverly  Street,  Providence, 

R.  I. 

DUCKWORTH,  ZENA  MAURICE,  chief  yeoman,  F.  N.  R. 
Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  July  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  19.  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Z.  M.  Duckworth,  713  Second  Avenue,  Dallas,  Tex. 
DUDLEY,  JOE  C.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Birmingham,  Ala.,  June  4,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  D.  Dudley,  Grandridge,  Fla. 
DUDLEY,  ROBERT  EARL,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  February  1,  1916. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  Pueblo,  November  22,  1917. 
Cause:  Leukaemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Hattie  Dudley,  1512  Summit  Avenue,  Seattle,  Wash. 
DUDLEY,  TONEY  MARVIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  August  7,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Dudley,  *311  Mill  Street,  Cape  Girardeau,  Mo. 
DUFF,  DAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  14,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Kroonland,  September  14,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Drewcilla  Duff,  Chavies,  Ky. 


243 

DUFFY,  AJBTHUB  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Scranton,  Pa.,  May  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Thomas  Peter  Duffy,  1434  Dorothy  Street,  Scranton, 

Pa. 
DUFFY,  CHARLES  LEWIS,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Duffy,  Vail,  Iowa. 

DUFFY,  JAMES  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (G.  C.  M.  P.). 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  August  6,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospknl,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Katherine  Duffy,  48  Salem  Street,  Boston,  Mass. 
DUFFY,   JOHN  MICHAEL,   fireman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  April  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Newhl  Duffy,  Batavia,  111. 
DUFFY,  LEO  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  August  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  15,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebro  spinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Cora  Duffy,  Armstrong,  Iowa. 
DUGAN,  JOSEPH  BERNARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Lowell,  Mass.,  July  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  22,  1917. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Patrick  Dugan,  51  Butler  Avenue,  Lowell,  Mass. 
DUGGAN,  THOMAS  FOSTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  September  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  February  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Simeon  L.  Duggan,  Yazoo  City,  Miss. 
DUKE,  WILLIAM  CICERO,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  April  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Lemuel  Gip  Duke,  2513  Clara  Street,  New  Orleans, 

La. 
DUKE,  WILLIAM  H.,  oiler,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  10,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  J.  Duke,  309  Duncan  Avenue,  Norfolk,  Va. 
DUKES,  GEORGE  HARPER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  October  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vemon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  battle  with  the  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Alice  Elizabeth  Dukes,  Hendersonville,  N.  O. 


244 

DULLER,  MATTHEW  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class.  N.  X.  V. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  August  20,  1917. 

Died:  V.  S.  S.  Aininpftlix.  April  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  by  mob  in  Mexican  riot. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Louis  Duller,  1S.~»<;  Wesi  'V \\eiity-third  Street,  Chicago, 

111. 

DUMAR,  WILLIAM   KIISK.  quartermaster,  second  class.  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  June  28,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif..  July  J2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Mary  Lurline  Dumar,  640  Eddy  Street,  San  Francisco, 

Calif. 
DUNBAB,  NOKMAN,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  January  21,  1916. 

Died:  U  S.  S.  Carola,  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  September  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Dunbar,  1218  Market  Street,  Santa  Clara,  Calif. 
DUNCAN,  BKYAN  COLMAN,  apprentice  seaman.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  November  8,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Grcnt  Lakes,  111.,  January  21.  1918. 

Cause:  Poison,  formalin,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Duncan,  La  Grance,  Ky. 
DUNCAN,  CLARENCE  ROSCOE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  23,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alley  Duncan,  Rose,  Okla. 
DUNCAN,  EARLE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  November  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rosie  Duncan,  Mount  Pleasant,  Tex. 
DUNCAN,  JAMES  BRADY,  blacksmith,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  28,  1916. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  4,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Stella  Duncan,  Dahlonega,  Ga. 
DUNCAN,  GEORGE  LA\vsoN,,,electrician,  third  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  April  .30,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoffa,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  S.  D.  Duncan,  Columbia,  S.  C. 
DUNCAN,  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  October  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eliza  Duncan,  Neponset,  111.,  R.  R.  1. 
DUNDES,  FRANCIS  ARTHUR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  March  23,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  James  Dundes,  229  Bay  Street,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 


245 

DUNHAM,  HARLIE  ELEVERTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  April  30,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoffa,  September  30,  1018. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harley  Dunham,  3938  Vincent  Street,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
DUNKLE,  WILLIS  BLAIR,  storekeeper,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Albert  Dunkle,  Kellettville,  Pa. 
DUNLAP,  FOREST  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  January  3,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mrs.  F.  J.  Dunlap,  Manchester,  Iowa. 
DUNLAP,  WAUE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  November  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Francis  Millers,  Lake  City,  Route  C,  Box  107,  Fla. 
DUNLAP,  WILLIAM  FRED,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  April  16,  1918. 

Died:  Kingston  Avenue  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  14,  1918. 
'    Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  Belle  Dunlap,  Winnebago,  Minn. 
DUNN,  BERNARD  CHRISTOPHER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Dunn,  203  McDowell  Street,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
DUNN,  CHARLIE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  May  15,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  Reserve  training  camp,  San  Pedro,  Calif.,  November  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Bronchial  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Ruth  Dunn,  227  East  Whiting  Avenue,  Fullerton,  Calif. 
DUNN,  CLINTON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next    of    kin :  Brother,    Theodore    Dunn,    3024    Forrest    Avenue,    Kansas 

City.  Mo. 
DUNN,  DANIEL  LAWRENCE,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Dunn.  49  Congress  Street,  Pawtucket,  R.  I. 


246 

DUNN,  HAKKY,  boast  wain's  mutts  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Catherine  Smith,  63  Van  Raypen  Avenue,  Jersey  City, 

N.  J. 
DUNN,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  30,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Seattle,  June  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  G.  Dunn,  Charlestown,  Mass. 

DUNN,    MARVIN    MADDEN,    mess    attendant,    third    class,    United    States    Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  November  15,  1917. 

Died:  Army  base  hospital  No.  34,  October  28.  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Teresa  Dunn,  730  Franklin   Street,   San 

Francisco,  Calif. 
DUNNING,  ANDREW  LEE,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  26,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticondcroga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Dunning,  Herrin,  111. 
DUNNING,  GEORGE,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Recalled  to  active  duty  April  7,  1917,  at  Boston,  Mass. 

Died:  Receiving  ship,  Boston,  Mass.,  July  23,  1917. 

Cause:  Died  from  injuries  received  in  fall  and  drowning. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Catherine  Dunning,  470  Medford   Street,   Somerville, 

Mass. 
DUNYHUE,  WILLIAM  ANDIE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  November  10,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital.  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Polly  Ann  Dunyhue,  Satillo,  Miss. 
DUPONT,  ERNEST  JOSEPH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
:  Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  27,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30, 1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Ticonderoga. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Dupont,  post  office  box  146,  Gorhain,  N.  H. 
DUPUY,  ALBIN  EMRICK,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  July  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  district  base,  naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  23, 
1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Chaze  Dupuy,  Bunkie,  La. 

DURANT,  ARTHUR  EDWARD,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Malvinia  Durant,  R.  F.  D.  No.  1,  Massena,  N.  Y. 


247 

DUBGIN,  DENNIE  PEANCIS,  master  at  arms,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  November  3,  1915. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  April  24, 1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  ki« :  Friend,  Edward  Byrenes,  2250  North  Fourth  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
DURHAM,  ULYSSES  JENY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  15,  1918. 
Died :  Camp  Logan,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Millie  Durham,  Bolivar,  Mo. 
DUBKEE,  WALTER  NORMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserre 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  28,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  18,  1918. 
Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  H.  Durkee,  612  West  Olive  Street,  Bolivar,  Mo. 
DURKIN,  JOHN  JAMES,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  April  2,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Saturn,  April  19,  1917. 
Cause :  Killed  by  falling  into  hatch. 
Next  of  kin  :  Brother,  Michel  Durkin,  Peabody,  Mass. 
DURKIN,  EDOUARD  FERNAND,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  January  21,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  7,  1918. 
Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  S.  Durkin,  Indianapolis,  Ind. 
DUROCHER,  CHARLES  Louis,  chief  pharmacist's  mate,  F.  N.  R. 
Enlisted :  Annapolis,  Md.,  April  27,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Annapolis,  Md.,  October  5,  1918. 
Cause :   Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Kate  O'Neil  DuRocher,  123  Market  Street,  Annapolis, 

Md. 
DURRETT,  FRANK,  landsman  for  electrician   (R),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  8,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Pearl  Nicholls  Durrett,  Finchville,  Ky. 
DURRETT,  JOHN  AUSTIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  June  4,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Wood  Durrett,  2804  Meadow  Street,  Dallas,  Tex. 
DURST,  CLAUD  MICHAEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  30,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  St.  Nazaire,  France,  October  11,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Isora  Durst,  Preston,  Minn. 


248 

DUSTEE,  RAYMOND  SYLVESTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  21,  1915. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  17,  1918. 
Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Duster,  227  Wood  Street,  Tarentuin,  Pa. 
DUVA,  AUGUST  ANTHONY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Minnie  Duva,  402  Ocean  Avenue,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 
DUXBURY,  LELAND  RAYMOND,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  7,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Duxbury,  Hixton,  Wis. 

DVORAK,  EMIL  M.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  9, 1918. 
Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jessie  Shore  Dvorak,  Adams,  N.  Dak. 
DWIRE,  VINCENT  LEE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  July  24,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  16,  1918. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Dwire,  Bridgeton,  R.  I. 

DWYER,  DAVID  JAMES,  carpenter's  mate,  second  class  (A),  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  December  15,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  April  4,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Dwyer,  Belly  Facey,  Glenmore,  Waterford, 

Ireland. 

DWYER,  JOHN  HENRY,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  12,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  12,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  A.  Dwyer,  321  North  Main  Street,  Marion, 

Ohio. 

DYBDAHL,  BIRGER,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  6,  1918. 
Died :  Base  No.  6,  October  11,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Arndora  E.  Dybdahl,  747  Forty-fifth  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 

DYE,  JAMES  WALTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  July  17,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital.  Brooklyn,  N.  Yv  October  32.  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin:  Fnther,  .Tamos  I>yo,  Omnlnxkn.  T<-\. 


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DYER,  ALBERT  AARON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Montgomery,  Ala.,  February  8.  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lou  Dyer,  Bangor,  Ala. 
DYER,  CUTLER,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Galveston,  Tex.,  September  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Adalene  B.  Dyer,  919|  Elizabeth  Street,  Key  West,  Fla. 
DYKE,  LEE  HOWARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  August  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  II.  I.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  Ellen  Dyke,  R.  F.  D.  No.  1,  Livermore  Falls,  Me. 
EADES,  LAWRENCE  HARVEY,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Yorktown,  Va.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Utah,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Eades,  Elizabethtown,  Ky. 
EAGLE,  FRED,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died :  Sequoia  Hospital,  Eureka,  Calif.,  November  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Eagle,  220  Tucker  Street,  Healdsburg,  Calif. 
EAGLES,  JOHN  EDWARD,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Quarantine  station,  Gallups  Island,  Mass.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mary  Eagles,  10  Elliot  Street,  Cambridge,  Mass. 
EAKIN,   WILLIAM   FRANK,    apprentice   seaman,   United    States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harry  Eakin,  1106  South  Carson  Street,  Tulsa,  Okla. 
EAKINS,  KASH  THEODORE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  January  13,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  August  27,  1917. 

Cause:  Foreign  body  in  bronchus. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  Eakins,  Bourbon,  Ind. 

P3AKINS,  WILLIAM  MADISON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Laura  B.  Eakins,  Sciotoville,  Ohio. 
EALES,  JOHNSON  CLAY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Lexington,  Ky.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Bales,  335  Ross  Avenue,  Lexington,  Ky. 


250 

KANNUCCI,  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  31,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1919. 
Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  Tony  Eannucci,  Trenton  Junction,  N.  J. 
EARL,  JOHN  EDEN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  4,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  14,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Lydia  C.  Earl,  Allen,  Kans. 
EAEL,  THOMAS  GILBERT,  landsman,  commissary  steward,  United  States  Navaj 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  London,  Conn.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Quarantine  Station,  Gallups  Island,  Mass.,  September  27,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Flora  Earl,  138  Banks  Street,  New  London,  Conn. 
EASLEY,  WILLIAM  JULIUS,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  June  1,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  23,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Drury  L.  Easley,  Low,  Mo. 
EASTERLING,  JAMES  EDWARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  June  6,  1917.  ( 
Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  191$. 
Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father.  Julious  C.  Kasterling,  Bowman,  S.  C. 
EASTMAN,  WILLIAM  LAWRENCE,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Toledo,  Ohio,  August  1,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  16,  1918. 
Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jessie  Eastman,  729  Stickney  Avenue,  Toledo,  Ohio. 
EATON,  HOWARD  WALTER,  landsman  for  electrician    (R),  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Hingham,  Mass.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Agnes  L.  Eaton,  53  Albion  Street,  Somerville,  Mass. 
EATON,  THOMAS  WINDAL,   chief  quartermaster.   United   States  Naval   Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  October  3,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  air  station,  Key  West,  Fla.,  April  5,  1918. 
Cause :  Killed  in  collision  of  two  seaplanes. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  Eaton,  Belief onte  Route,  Wilmington,  Del. 
EBBITT,  JAMES  AUGUSTUS,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  L,  May  6,  1918. 
Died:  At  home,  September  25,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Annie  B.  Ebbitt,  21  Green  Street,  Newport,  R.  I. 
EBERHART,  BERNIE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  June  28,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  6,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumon'a. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  Eberhart,  Alice,  Mo. 


251. 

EBISCH,  CAKL  G.,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  31,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917.  \ 

Cause :  Killed  in  battle  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next   of   kin:  Mother,    Augusta   Ebisch,    1024   West   Twenty-first    Street. 

Erie,  Pa. 
EBNOTHER,  JAMES  RAYMOND,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  October  8,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  3,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Dr.  Charles  I,.  Ebnother,  Downs,  Kans. 
EBORN,  WILLIAM  ROBERT,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Wilmington,  N.  C.,  July  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Spinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mnrcella  Eborn,  R.  F.  D.  No.  4,  Washington,  N.  C. 
ECHAGUE,  AMBROSIO,  mess  attendant,  third  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Batangas,  P.  I.,  July  3.  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Vn.,  December  26,  1917. 

Cause :  Intraspinal  injuries. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Fernanda  Agato,  Batangas,  P.  I. 
ECKARD,  CARL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edwin  M.  Eckard,  Letart,  W.  Va. 
ECKART,  HERBERT  HERMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  December  3,  1917. 

Died :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Hedvig  Eckart,  611  Orange  Avenue,  Orange,  Tex. 
EDDS,  WILLIAM  W.,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex..  May  31,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Manley,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  in  explosion  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Edds,  715  West  Pecan  Street,  Sherman,  Tex. 
EDDY,  GEORGE  ALFRED,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  August  27,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  April  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Eugene  D.  Eddy,  174  College  West  Street,  St.  Paul, 

Minn. 
EDEN,  FRANKLIN,  seaman,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  August  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  CheroJtee,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next   of   kin :    Grandmother,    Mrs.    Mary   Lynch,   73   Fourth    Street,   New 

Brighton,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

EDMONDS,  ROBERT  LINDSAY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  November  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  L.  Edmonds,  Rockville,  Md. 


252 

EDWARDS,  ALLEN  SETH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:   Norfolk,  Va.,  May  17,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Chincha,  March  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Gunshot  wound  in  abdomen. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Newton  Edwards,  Beach  Island  Lumber  Co.,  box  847. 

Augusta,  Ga. 
EDWARDS,  ALLEN  THOMAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  August  18,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alcedo,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause:   Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lydia  M.  Edwards,  Jackson,  N.  C. 
EDWARDS,  AMOS  GRAY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  April  4,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  April  29,  1917. 

Cause :    Cerebrospinal   fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Dollie  G.  Edwards,  Nettleton,  Miss. 
EDWARDS,  COY,  seaman,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted :  Wilmington,  N.  C.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  24,  1917. 

Cause:   Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  B.  Edwards,  Exum,  N.  0. 

EDWARDS,  GEORGE  CURTIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Williamsport,  Pa.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  W.  Edwards,  821  East  Dewart  Street,  Shamo- 

kin,    Pa. 
EDWARDS,  JAMES  SILAS,  boilermaker,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  29,  1917. 

Cause:   Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Katherine  Burley,  307  Hurlburst  Street,  Peoria, 

111. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN  ALEXANDER,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  base,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  October  28,  1918. 

Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Helen  A.  Edwards,  1012  West  Forty-second  Street,  Los 

Angeles,   Calif. 

EFINGER,  WILL  EDWARD,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
'  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  26,  1918. 

Died :  American  Army  Hospital,  No.  53,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:    Pneumonia,   broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Augusta  Efinger,  121  North  Ingersoll  Street,  Madi- 
son,   Wis. 


253 

EcrVN,  JAMES  JOSEPH,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  July  22,  1915. 
Died :  II.  S.  S.  Philip,  October  13,  1918. 
Cause :    Syphilis. 
Next  of  kin:  Aunt,  Mary  A.  Bowers,  90  West  Fifteenth  Street,  Bayonne, 

N.  J. 
K(;HKRT,  ARTHUR  STANLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Stateii  Island,  N.  Y.,  June  18,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  President  Lincoln,  May  31,  1918. 
Cause:  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  sunk. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  E.  Egbert,  1288  Richmond  Avenue,  Graniteville, 

N.  Y. 
KGKKTON,  JOHN   GEORGE,  chief  electrician    (G),  United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  23,  1917. 
Died:  League  Island,  Pa.,  January  5,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  D.  Egerton,  California  Apartments,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 
EGGLESTON,  LYALL  GINN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  F.  Eggleston,  430  North  High  Street,  Galena, 

111. 

EHRENWORTH,  MAX  ADOLPH,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  15,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  8,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Fannye  Ehrenworth,  419  Redgate  Avenue,  Norfolk,  Va. 
EICHELBERGER,  EDWARD  CART,  quartermaster,  second  class   (A),  United  States 

Navy. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  March  29,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  air  station,  Dunkirk,  February  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Killed  in  aeroplane  accident. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Julia  H.  Eichelberger,  Baker  and  Eleventh  Streets, 

Baltimore,  Md. 

EICHKERN,  HERBERT,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.,  April  16,  1917. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  8,  1918. 
Cause:  Nephritis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Eichkern,  782  Highland  Avenue,  Newark,  N.  J. 
EICK,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  painter,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  3,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  20,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Clara  B.  Eick,  927  Mound  Street,  Atchison,  Kans. 


254 

EISENBACH,  CLETUS  HENRY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  August  1,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Eisenbach,  Box  35,  St.  Paul,  Minn. 
ELBERS,  RUDOLPH  FRANK,  quartermaster,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  12,  1917.    . 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  Elbers,  505  Fourth  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
ELDER,  EDWIN  ELDON  GRAHAM,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Elder,  34  Elderon  Avenue,  Lansdowne,  Pa. 
ELDER,  JOHN  WALLACE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  W.  Elder,  637  St.  Ann's  Avenue,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
ELDRID,  GERALD  GORDON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  October  8,  1918. 

Died:  Cornell  University,  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Gordon  H.  Eldrid,  Gerard  Hotel,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
ELDRIDGE,  CHESTER  OSBORNE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  28,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Montana,  August  16,  1918. 

Cause :  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ruben  Eldridge,  325  Main  Street,  Jacksonville,  Fla. 
ELFSTROM,  GUSTAVE  WILLIAM  WALTER,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  January  9,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  C.  Elfstrom,  36  West  Street,  Hartford,  Conn. 
ELLER,  WILLIAM   HERBERT,   apprentice  seaman,   United   Stat.es  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Friend  W.  Eller,  1219  Fifth  Street,  Moundsvllle,  W.  Va. 
ELLINGWOOD,  HAROLD  THEODORE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  April  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Walter  F.  Ellingwood,  Buckfield,  Me. 
ELLINGSWOETH,  DANIEL  MAURICE,  shipfitter,  •  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  April  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Agnes  Ellingsworth,  315  Pool  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 


255 

ELLIOTT,  AMASA,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  November  24,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  December  17,  1917. 
Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lillian  Elliott,  West  Townsend,  Mass. 
ELLIOTT,  HOLICE  CLINTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  11,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  11,  1918. 
Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother.  Emmett  Elliott,  3521  Park  Avenue,  Nashville,  Tenn. 
ELLIOTT.   LOSSIE  FRANK,  landsman   for  machinist's  mate    (A),   United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  January  23,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  5,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mrs.  Roxie  L.  Elliott,  107  James  Street,  Danville, 

Va. 
ELLIOTT,   RALPH   GROVER,   fireman,   third   class,    United    States   Naval    Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis.  Ind.,  July  30,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Groat  Takes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  Kin :  Father,  John  A.  Elliott,  R.  R.  1,  Vincennes,  Ind. 
ELLIOTT,  WILLIAM  WESLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  September  20,  1916. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  24,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Alice  Shynider,  610  C^ss  Avenue,  San  Antonio,  Tex. 
ELLIS,    BENJAMIN    JAMES,    hospital    apprentice,    second    class,    United    States 

Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  31,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Ellsworth  E.  Ellis,  Cuzco,  Ind. 
ELLIS,  HARRY  CHANDLER,   fireman,   third   class,   United   States  Naval   Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  June  11,  1918. 
Died :  Boston,  Mass.,  October  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin :  Father.  James  Christopher  Ellis,  490  Melrose  Street,  Melrose, 

Mass. 
ELLIS,  JAMES  BEAMORE,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  24,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Gibraltar,  October  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Uncle,  James  Hood,  Box  83,  West  Grove,  Pa. 
ELLIS,  LELAND  SEARSON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  May  13,  1917. 
Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  D.  H.  Ellis,  1015  Bryan  Street,  Columbia,  S.  C. 


256 

ELLIS,  WILLIAM  A  VERY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Dallas,  Tex.,  June  3,  1917. 

Died :  Dallas,  Tex.,  June  G,  1917. 

Cause:  Poisoning  by  strychnine. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mallessa  Ellis,  ('handler,  Tex. 
ELWELL,  UKOKGE  MAIILON,  iireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  George  Elwell,  197  Irving  Avenue,  Bridgeton,  N.  .1. 
ELWELL,  GOLIAH  ERNEST,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Seattle,  Wash.,  January  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  acute  and  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Sime  Elwell,  Monroe,  Wash. 

ELWOOD,  SAMUEL  WEBSTER,  chief  quartermaster.  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Charles  O.  Elwood,  3  Millikeu  Place,  Decatur.  111. 
ELY,  EARNEST,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  August  11,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Dale,  May  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Attack  by  shark. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Harriet  Ely,  723  West  Cumberland  Avenue,  Knox- 

ville,  Tenn. 
EMBRETSON,  ARTHUR  BERNARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  29,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Marie  Embretson,  R.  2,  box  28,  Zimmerman,  Minn. 
EMERSON,   HAROLD  RAY,   seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  March  6,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  ^Nellie  J.  Emerson,  box  48,  New  Boston,  N.  H. 
EMERSON,   JACK  LORENTZ,  yeoman,  third  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  November  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next    of    kin:    Mother,    Olivette    M.    Emerson,    156    Wadsworth    Avenue, 

Ocean  Park,  Calif. 

KMEBY,  ERNEST  WILLIAM,  landsman  for  electrician   (R.),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  June  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Alice  E.  Emery.  26  Carroll  Avenue,  Tacouia  Park,  Md. 


257 

KMMETT,  ROBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Ya.,  January  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Friend,  Lester  Truex,  317  River  Road,  Edge\vater.  N.  .1. 
EMMITT,  CHESTER  BERNARD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg..  December  4.  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station.  Mare  Island.  Calif.  January  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis,  chronic  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Myrtilla  Emmitt,  Umpqua,  Oreg. 

EMMONS,  HENRY  ALPHONSE,  landsman  for  quartermaster   (A.),  United  Stales 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  January  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  M.  Chabot,  84  Madison  Street,  Worcester. 

Mass. 

EMPEY,   SIDNEY  MCKILLOP,   apprentice  seaman,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  April  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Sidney  G.  Empey,  618  South  Williams  Street.  El  Hono. 

Okla. 
EMPY,  WESLEY  ARNOLD,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  June  1,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Vandine,  1516  East  Adler  Street,  Walla  Walla. 

Wash. 
END,  GEOR-GE  LEWIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  March  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father.  Louis  R.  End,  25  Hart  Street,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 
ENGEN,  GTLMAN,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  January  18,  1918. 

Died :  Kingston  Avenue  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mrs.  Mary  Engen,  R.  R.  4,  Wnukon.  Iowa. 
ENGESSER,  Louis  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  4.  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Salem,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Missing  from  motor  boat  while  returning  from  liberty. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  Engesser,  11  Dysen  Street,  Maspeth,  Long 

Island.  N.  Y. 

ENGLAND,  FOREST  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  IS,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Matilda  England,  St.  Francisville,  111. 
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258 

ENGLEDOW,  ALFRED  JOHN,  ship's  cook,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  18, 1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Annie  J.  Engledow,  47  Hammond  Street,  suite  3,  Boston, 

Mass. 
ENGLEBT,  HOWARD  KASPER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  July  13,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  7,  1917. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Englert,  452  Shiller  Street,  Elizabeth,  N.  J. 
ENGSTROM,  CARL  GUSTAF,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United   States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  At  home,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Engstrom,  Norra  Unnaryd,  Sweden. 
ENOCHSON,  VICTOR  HUGO,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate   (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Holver  Enochson,  Schuyler,  Nebr. 
ENOS,  GEORGE  JOSEPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  August  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111:,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Maggie  Enos,  Brownsville,  Minn. 
ENOS,  JOSEPH  VICTOR,  musician,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  London,  Conn.,  February  9,  1918. 

?~Med :  At  home,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Bertha  Enos,  55  Eastern  Avenue,  New  London,  Conn. 
ENRIGHT,   THOMAS   JOSEPH,   seaman,   second   class,   United   States  Naval   Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Sydney,  N.  S.,  November  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Hannah  Enright,  117  Varick  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
ENSOR,  RICHARD  MORRIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  May  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Itasca  Estelle,  September  22,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  E.  Ensor,  801  Woodley  Street,  Baltimore,  Md. 
ENTROP,  FRANK  JOSEPH,  landsman  for  electrician   (R),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  E.  Entrop,  11103  Superior  Avenue,  Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 


259 

ENTY,  EMERSON  TOBIAS,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  May  E.  Enty,  Kittanning,  Pa. 
EOPOLUCCI,  JOHN  ISADORE,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Rosebank,  N.  Y.,  May  7,  1915. 

Died:  Steamship  Aztec,  April  1,  1917. 

Cause:  Lost  when  the  steamship  Aztec  was  sunk  by  the  enemy  on  April 
1,  1917.  He  was  serving  as  a  member  of  the  armed  guard,  and  was 
the  first  enlisted  man  to  lose  his  life  in  the  World  War. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Annie  M.  Eopolucci,  649  L  Street  SE.,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 

EPPEHIMEK,  WALTER  HERBERT,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force, 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  19,  .1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Mary  M.  Eppehimer,  250  AdeLphi  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
EPPERSON,  IVAN  HOLLIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  George  Washington,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  O.  Epperson,  Macon,  Mo. 

EPKIGHT,  HOWARD  KULP,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,   Louise   S.  Epright,  45  North  Main   Street,   Spring 

City,  Pa. 
ERBE,  CHARLES  AMIAL,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  OMoan,  November  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Erbe,  317  Orwigsburg  Street,  Tamaqua,  Pa. 
ERUMAN,  JOHN  EDWIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  W.  Erdman,  2036  East  Thirtieth  Street,  Baltimore, 

Md. 
ERLANDSEN,  HAROLD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Serena  Erlandsen,  1476  St.  Lawrence  Avenue,  New 
York,  N.  Y. 


260 

ERLANDSON,  RANDOLPH  O.,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  N;i*.  H 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  12,  1017. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Amanda  Erlandson,  R.  F.  D.  52,  South  Dartmouth, 

Mass. 
ERLBECK,  LEO  JOSEPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Aunt,  Mary  McDermott,  1139  Valley  Stroet,  Baltimore,  Md. 
ERNA,  CORNELIO,  native  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cavity  P.  I.,  August  24,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Canacao,  P.  I.,  February  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Pax  Antonio,  62  P  Zamore,  Cavite.  P.  I. 
ERRETT,  JACOB  DAVIDSON,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate    (A),   United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

En  iste:l :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital.  Gulfport,  Miss..  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:'  Father,  David  Errett,  Madison.  Pa. 

ERWIN,   JOHN    HAMILTON,    apprentice   seaman,    United   States   Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles.  Calif.,  October  11.  1918. 

Died:  Elysian  Hospital,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dallas  Cynthia  Erwin,  3947  Wall  Street,  Los  Angeles, 

Calif. 
ESCAVAGE,  GEORGE  HARRY,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo.  N.  Y..  January  23.  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  August  31,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Geoiil  Escavage,  58  Rejtan  Street,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
ESCOFFIER,  JOHN,  fireman,  third  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newark.  N.  J..  January  7.  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Salem,  September  29.  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  motor  boat  capsized  returning  from  liberty. 

Next   of  kin  :  Mother,  Alice  Escoffier,   515  Highpoint  Avenue.  West   Ho- 

boken.  N.  J. 

ESTAND,  TONY  RICHARD,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn..  July  11.  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Emiline  Estand,   433   Sherburn   Avenue,   St.    Paul, 

Minn. 
ESTEP.  JAMES  VARCO,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enliste;!:  Da'las,  Tex.,  December  6    1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  station.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Estep,  Anna,  Tex. 


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ESTES,  JAMES  BROWN,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  December  31,  1915. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Wcstover,  July  11.  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Drucie  B.  Estes,  Hartwell,  Ga. 

ESTES,   LEROY  CHARLES,   seaman,   second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Providence,  R.  I.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Cevebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Estes,  97  Bogman  Street,  Providence,  R.  I. 
ESTES,  MAURICE  WALDO,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Boston,  Mass.,  September  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:    Father,  Eugene  E.  Estes,  322  East  Foster  Street,  Melrose, 

Mass. 
ESTES,  SIMON  ALTON,  landsman  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Ishpeming,  Mich.,  January  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause :  Influe  za.  . 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alton  Estes,  box  1,  Sidnaw,  Mich. 
ESTILL,  LEONIDAS  ROBERT,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  July  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Miami,  Fla.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Estill,  Electria,  Tex. 
ESTRIDGE,  JAMES  HENRY,  apprentice  seamiin,  Ui  ited  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jane  Estridge,  Ashland  City,  Tenn. 
ETTER,  JACK  HARRELL,  nppre:  tice  sen  man,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  J.  R.  Etter.  614  North  J  Street,  Fort  Smith,  Ark. 
ETZOLD,  ERNEST  WALTER,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S    S.  Buena  Ventura,  September  16,, 1918. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  ereniy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Ernest  W.  Etzold,  171  East  Ninety-first  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

EUSTICE,  RAYMOND  GEORGE,  plumber  and  fitter,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted  :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  1.  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  station,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  Eustice,  3412  San  Pablo  Avenue,  Oakland, 
Calif. 


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EVANS,  CHARLES  HART,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  June  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  collision. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Fred  Evans,  33  Colgate  Street,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 
EVANS,  CLARENCE  SINGLES,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  10,  1917. 

Died :  Submarine  chaser  No.  209,  August  29,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  wounds  received  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  K.  Evans,  M.  D.,  Malvern,  Pa. 
EVANS,  FLOYD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  November  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Preumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Lillie  L.  Evans,  Salem,  Ohio. 
EVANS,  GEORGE  NEWTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  x\pril  30,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chel  ea,  Mass.,   February  15,   1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,«Mr-.  Eula  Thummond,  Bertram,  Tex. 
EVANS,  GEORGE  STOKER,  seaman,  second  class,  United-  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Jackson,  Miss.,  March  31,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  12,  1917. 

Cause :  Chronic  cardiac  valvular  disease. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Albert  J.   Evans,  337  Forty-first  Avenue,  Meridian, 

Miss. 
EVANS,  GOMER  JENKINS,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  January  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebro  pinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Reese  J.  Evans,  65  Seneca  Street,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
EVANS,  HUDSON  CLAY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enli  ted:  Houston,  Tex.,  August  7,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Fannie  E.  Evans,  box  27,  Butto,  Tex. 
EVANS,    IRVINE   LIONEL,   yeoman,   second   class,   United   States   Naval   Re;  erve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  2,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

•  Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Evan?,  Stockton,  111. 
EVANS,  JOEL  L.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nettie  V.  Evans,  Vernon,  Fla. 
.  EVANS,  LUTHER  MARION,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lake  ,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ulys  ses  Grant  Evans,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Conneaut,  Ohio. 


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EVANS,  OSCAR  LLOYD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  March  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  14,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebro  pinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  May  Relker,  2123  D  Summit  Street,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
EVANS,  OTTO  HARRISON,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Galveston,  Tex.,  February  12,  1914. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  R.  J.  Evans,  1504  Carolina  Avenue,  Springfield,  111. 
EVANS,  THOMAS  ALVA,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louisa  Evans,  route  2,  Hillsboro,  Tenn. 
EVANS,  WILBERN  LAMBERT,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  April  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Benjamin  F.  Evans,  Vernon,  Fla. 
EVANS,  WILLIAM  RAY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elie  W.  Evans,  route  2,  Black,  Ala. 

EVERETT,  JOHN  THOMAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass,  May  1,  1918. 

Died :  Submarine  base,  New  London,  Conn.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Margaret  Everett,  6  Lexington   Street,  Charlestown, 

Mass. 
EVERTS,  ALONZO  JULIUS,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Hancock,  November  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sanna  E.  Times,  3047  West  Seventieth  Street,  Seat- 
tle, Wash. 
EWALD,  MICHAEL,  gunner's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  18,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  15,  1917. 

Cause:  Enteritis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Niece,  Elizabeth  Anderson,  434  Madison  Street,  Portsmouth, 

Va. 
EWART,  JOSEPH  SHARP,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  February  4,  1915. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Lost  on  the  Chauncey. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  L.  Ewart,  54  Second  Street,  Newport,  R.  I. 
EWELL,  EULAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  November  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Spinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Ewell,  Mappsville,  Va. 


264 

EWING,  WILLIAM:  VANCE,  warrant  officer's  steward,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted  :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  July  19,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Friend,  Rosella  Rumley,  Litchford  Hotel,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
EYTCHISON,  ORVILLE  GLENN,   seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Steve  A.  Eytchison,  Onaga,  Kans. 
EZELL,  EARL  PRATT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  April  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  12,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  John  C.  Ezell,  Ward,  Ala. 
FAAS,  CLAUDE  TAYLOR,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  El  Paso,  Tex.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edna  Faas,  Williamsburg,  Iowa. 

FAHKBACH,  CLARENCE  GEORGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Fahrbach,  636  First  Street,  Menasha,  Wis. 
FAITH.  (IEORGE  ALIJERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  February  27,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Berdena  Doerler,  3119  Durbin  Place,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
FAT.K.  CECIL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  20,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin  :  Brother,  Francis  Falk,  Odd  Fellows'  Home,  Jackson,  Mich. 
FALT.ETT.  ERNEST  LIN  WOOD,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  31,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital.  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Encephalitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Zina  Clara  Fallett,  Virginia  Beach,  Va. 
FALLON,  HAKKY  BUUCE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  January  29,  1017. 

Died:  Naval  hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lena  Fallen,  904  Gorsuch  Avenue,  Baltimore,  Md. 


265 

FARLESS,  RUBY  HENBY,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  August  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Farless,  217  South  Maine  Street,  Henderson, 

Ky. 

FARLEY,  ELMER  CLIFTON,   fireman,  third  class,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  13,  1918. 

Died :  St.  Peter's  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Eli  Farley,  Akron,  Colo. 
FARLEY,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  seaman,  United  States  Nayy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  April  27,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Seattle,  March  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  W.  Farley,  Atkinson,  Nebr. 
FARLEY,  JOSEPH  MILTON,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  September  19,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wokiva,  May  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Johanna   Farley,   2712  North   Racine  Avenue,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 

FARNSWORTH,  HAROLD  FRANKLIN,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  Stales 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  November  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  Farnsworth,  Colusa,  Calif. 
FARRAR,  GEORGE  FREDERICK,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  Nav-y  recruiting  station,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  9,  1917. 

Cause :  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Fluggs,  230  West  One  hundred  and  eighth 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

FARRELL,  FLOYD  RAYMOND,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted  :  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  6,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Old  Colony,  February  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Mastoiditis. 

Next  of  kin :  Alice  Farrell,  319  Hill  Street,  Roseville,  Calif. 
FARRELL,  JAMES  SIMON,  chief  commissary  steward,  United  States  Naval  Rosc-rvo 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  June  1,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  December  23,  1917. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis. 

Next   of  kin:  Estate,   James   S.   Farrell,   Marines   House,   North    Square, 
Boston,  Mass. 


266 

FAUUKU..  WII.MAM   Hi:\':v.  machinist's  mate,  second  class.  Tinted  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Knlisted:  Newport,  H.  I.,  May  22,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  October  1,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Farrell,  901  Atwelle  Avenue,  Providence, 

R.  I. 

FARKIMJTON,  FRANK  YKUNAI.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Knlisted:   HnlTalo,  N.  Y.,  April  22,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Edward  H.  Farrington,  Franklinville,  N.  Y. 
FAKIMS.  HKNUY  LKROY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Knlisted:   New  Haven,  Conn.,  December  17,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  port,  R.  I.,  March  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next   of  kin:  Mother,   Alice    Fan-is.   ,~>   Union    Street,   care   of  Mrs.   Etta 

Doblin,  Rockland.  Me. 
FAUCHEI-X,  MATRICB  CLETRAIT,  apprentice  seaman.  United  States  Navy. 

Knlisted:   New  Orleans.  La.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died:   Naval  hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  June  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Emmer  Lapeze  Faucheux,  Wallace,  La. 
FATST.  LKON  LKSHKR.  plumber  and  littor.  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia.  Pa.,  May  ID,  1917. 

Died:   Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia.  Pa..  January  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  John  Faust,  11  Holland  Avenue,  Ardmore,  Pa. 
FAUX.   NATHAN.  Jr.,  hospital   apprentice,   first  class.  United   States  Naval   Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted  :  Salt  Lake  City.  Utah.  January  12.  1918. 

Died :  Moroni,  Utah,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide,  strangulation. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dorothea  Faux,  Moroni,  Utah. 
FAVJER,  ARTHUR  HOLTON,  chief  electrician  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York.  N.  Y.,  October  1,  1918. 

Died :  Boston,  Mass.,  October  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  E.  Favier,  27  Rockville  Park,  Roxbury,  Mass. 
FAVORS,  JOHN  HENRY,  landsman  for  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  February  17,  1918. 

Died  :  Charleston,  S.  C.,  April  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  M.  Favors,  R.  F.  D.  1.  Charleston,  Mo. 
FAVRE,  SYLVAN  JOHN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La..  February  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  10  1917. 

Cause:  Measles  (pneumonia). 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Laura  Favre,  Bay  Street,  St.  Louis,  Miss. 


267 

FAVKEAU,  HENRY  PHILIPPE,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  4,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 
•    Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Anna  Favreau,  1241  Lemon  Street,  Camden,  N.  J. 
FAY,  CHARLES  BEVANS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  July  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  K.  I.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  F.  Fay,  152  Fifth  Street,  Syracuse,  N.  Y. 
FAY,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  Sadie  Fay,  490  Boulevard,  Bayonne,  N.  J. 
FAZIO,  CHARLES  JOHN,  machinist's  mate,  second  class  (A),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  December  3,  1917. 

Died :  Pensacola,  Fla.,  March  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  in  airplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  Fazio,  109  Lawrence  Street,  Rome,  N.  Y. 
FEAGIN,  RICHARD  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  May  3,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  Feagin,  702  Harvard,  Houston,  Tex. 
FEASEL,  EVERETT  VIRGEL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  11,  1918. 

Cause :   Pneumonia,    broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Roena  Feasel,  Walkerville,  Mich. 
FEENEY,  JOHN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  July  18,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  7,  1918. 
.Cause:    Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Grandmother,  Rosanna  McCaskin,  Hemp,  N.  C. 
FEGAN,  FRANCIS  JEROME,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  18,  1918. 

Cause:   pneumonia,   lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Paul  C.  Fegan,  250  Hamilton  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
FEHLER,  HARRY  GEORGE,  shipwright,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  Fehler,  route  4,  Elizabeth,  111. 
FEHR,  WARREN  RUSSEL,  landsman  for  electrician  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  20,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  naval  operating  base,  Hampton  Roads,  Va., 
November    11,    1918. 

Cause:  Shot  by  unknown  negro. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  B.  Fehr,  430  North  Twelfth  Street,  Reading,  Pa. 


268 

FELDER,  HENRY  SOLOMONS,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bessie  Felder,  Banberg,  S.  C. 
FELLOWS,  DAVID,  seaman,  United  .States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  9,  1914. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  21,  1918. 

Cause:    Cerebral   hemorrhage. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mrs.  John  Nice,  63  Schrock  Avenue,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
FELSEMTHAL,  HAROLD  STANFORD,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  April  30,  1918. 

Died:  At  home,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:   Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lee  Felsemthal,  5200  Ingleside  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
FELTER,  Ross  VERNON,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  June  28,  1918. 

Died :  Dunwoody  Naval  Training  Schools,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Millie  T.  Cole,  Woonsocket,  S.  Dak. 
FELTON,  FOSTER  CABERT,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Carrie  Felton,  920  Euclid  Street  NW.,  Washington,  D.  C. 
FELTS,  JESSE  NERI,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapalis,  Ind.,  August  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Margaret  E.  Felts,  1855  West  Morris  Street,  Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. 

FENDER,  HENRY  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  2,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Eugene  Fender,  3626  Mellwood  Avenue,  Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
FENLEY,  DAVID  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class-,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  24,  1917. 
•    Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  IS,  1918. 

Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Ruth  Day,  R.  R.  2,  box  34,  Gilbert,  S.  C. 
FENNER,  CARL,  fireman,  third  cbiss,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  June  20,  1918. 

Died  :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Motha  Fenner,  Geyersville,  Calif. 


269 

FENTON,  JOHN  LEE,  storekeeper,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  22,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  Yard,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Agnes  Fenton,  614  South  Fifty-first  Street, 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 
FENTON,  JOSEPH  JOHN,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  August  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Joseph  J.  Fenton,  Bellows  Falls,  Vt. 
FERGUSON,  DEVOE,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal  (pneuniococcus). 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jesse  A.  Ferguson,  Joaquin,  Tex. 
FERGUSON,  HARRY  AQUILLA,  seaman,  second  class,  United  tSates  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  April  20,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  23,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father.  Aquilla  Ferguson,  Heavener,  Okla. 
FERGUSON,  HAROLD  MUNCEY,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  June  29,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Albert  L.  Ferguson,  427  Twenty-fourth  Street,  Ogden, 

Utah. 
FERGUSON,  JAMES  DOUGLASS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Diabetes  inellitus. 

Next   of   kin:  Father,    Orba   Ferguson,   3050   Madison   Road,    Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
FERGUSON,  JAMES  GARD,  landsman  for  electrician   (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  January  12,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  July  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Edna  Card  Ferguson,  671  West  Ferry  Street,  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. 

FERGUSON,  JOSEPH  CASWELL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky..  July  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother.  Amnnda  James  Ferguson,  Flippin,  Ky. 
FERGUSON,  JOSHUA,  apprentice  seaman.  United   States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Key  West,  Fla.,  February  12,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  station.  Key  West,  Fla.,  November  12,  1917. 

C;nise:  Nephritis,  chronic. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Alecia  Ferguson,  810  Thomas  Street,  Key  West,  Fla. 


270 

FKKGUSOX,  ROBERT,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  October  26,  1916. 

Died  :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Effie  Bloom,  Curwensville,  Pa. 

FERGUSON,  WILLIAM  ARTHUR,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  Hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bertha  Ferguson,  802  East  Worden  Avenue,  Lady- 
smith.  Wis. 
FERGUSON,  WILLIAM  BEKTIL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Francis  E.  Ferguson,  101  Dennison  Avenue.,  Roan- 

oke,  Ya. 
FERNANDZ,  JUAN  MONET,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  JKolw,  May  18,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Juan  Fernandz,  Culebra,  P.  R. 

FERRAND  SANDY  GEORGE,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  President  Grant,  October  3,  1917. 

Cause :  Poisoned  by  illuminating  gas. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Paul  A.  Ferrand,  112  Ocean  Avenue,  South  Beach, 

Staten  Island. 

FEBRARO,  ANTHONY  ANTONIO,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  London,  Conn.,  July  29,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dominaca  Ferraro,  96  Albert  Street,  Westerly,  R.  I. 
FEBRELL,  EDWARD  WASHINGTON,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  May  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  aviation  forces,  foreign  service,  July  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Compound  fracture  of  skull. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Bertha  Ferrell,  2253  East  Sixty-eighth  Street,  Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

FERRELL,  JOHN  HYDE,  Jr.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Meridian,  Miss.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  H.  Ferrell,  sr.,  Enterprise,  Miss. 


271 

FERRIS,  ALBERT  HENRY,  ship  fitter,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  August  5,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  F.  Ferris,  56  Almond  Street,  Dubuque,  Iowa. 
FERRIS,  THOMAS  BERNARD,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  6,  1918. 
•  Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Ferris,  321  North  Eleventh  Street,  La  Crosse, 

Wis. 

FERRY,  WILLIAM,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.f  April  29,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Molly  Ferry,  929  Beatty  Street,  Trenton,  N.  J. 
FESSENUEN,  EDGAR  HORACE,  electrician,  third  class,  NNV. 
Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  2,  1917. 

Died:  Flushing  hospital,  Flushing,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  March  15,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eliza  Jane  Fessenden,  820  Putnam  Avenue,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
FETTERLING,  HARRY  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  2,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ethel  May  Fetterling,  Belleville,  Kans. 
FIDDES,  RALPH  DOUGLAS,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  January  25,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  19,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin:  Wife,   Gladys  Fiddes,   1533  Ninth  Avenue,   San   Francisco, 

Calif. 
FIELD,  FRANK  JAY,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  23,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,   September  21,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lottie  Field,  3768  Piedmont  Avenue,  Oakland,  Calif. 
FIELD,  MILLARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  19,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  station,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  20,  1918. 
Cause:  Cerebrospiual  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Susie  Fields,  Cuba  Landing,  Tenn. 
FIGUEIREDO,  JOSEPH  Louis,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  15,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  station,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Victor  L.  Figueiredo,  1715  Green  Street,  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 


272 

FILSON  HARRY  CURTISS,  ship's  cook,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Unlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  January  10,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  James  U.  Filson,  box  261,  Paonia,  Colo. 
FILZ,  CHARLES,  carpenter's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  30,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Eva  Filz,  1268  Elsie  Street,  Appleton,  Wis. 
FINAN,  BERNARD  THOMAS,  Jr.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlished:  Milwaukee,   Wis.,   May  22,   1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Louisville,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Bernard  Finan,  sr.,  Kenton,  Mich. 
FINCH,  WILLIAM  HAMILTON,  seaman,  second  cl  ss,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ida  McC.irroll,  Plainville,  Kans. 
FINCHER,  JESSE  CURTIS,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  July  6,  1917. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Missing  on  Cyclop*. 

Next  of  kin :  Mrs.  Laura  Fincher,  Newman,  Ga. 
FINDLAY,  CHARLEY  THOMAS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  25,  1918. 

Died,  Navy  y>>rd,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  July  21,  1918. 

Cause:  C^rebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Frances  J.  Findlay,  R.  F.  D.,  Springfield,  Mo. 
FINE,  JACK  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Spokane,  Wash.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  John  Levey  Fine,  Peck,  Idaho. 
FINE,  JOSEPH,  fireman,  second  ctass,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  January  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ida  Fine,  1352  Marion  Street,  Denver,  Colo. 
FINEAE,  WILLIAM  PATRICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  B'-ffnlo,  N.  Y.  D'veml^er  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  5,  1918. 

Can  e:  I-Yeumo  ia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Edward  Finear.  R.  F.  D.  3,  Victor,  N.  Y. 
FINGERLINO,  FRANK  WILLIAM,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted,  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  22,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Ak-ctto,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Lost  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Catherine  Tainburiii,  250  Pacific  Street,  Jersey  City, 
N.  J. 


273 

FINKELSTKIN,  SAMUEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  12, 1918. 

Died :  Sayville,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.,  May  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abraham  Finkelstein,  60  Second  Street,  New  York. 
FINLAYSON,  ALBERT  ALEXANDER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Edith  Finlayson,  4028  Stewart  Street,  Omaha,  Nebr. 
FINNEGAN,  JOHN  MICHAEL,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,   Mary   Finnegan,   878  North  Taiiney   Street,   Phila- 
delphia. 

FINNEGAN,  THOMAS,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  May  22,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  September  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Burns. 

Next  of  kin:   Mother,   Elizabeth   Finnegan,   17  Fort   Street,    South  Man- 
chester, Conn. 

FIRNETT,   PETER   JOSEPH,   fireman,   third   class,   United   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Firnett,  29  West  Acker  .Street,  St.  Paul,  Minn. 
FISCHER,  CHARLES  JOHN,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  11,  1913. 

Died :  S.  S.  Vacuum,  April  28,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Romas  Fischer,  2247  West  Somerset  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
FISCHER,  ERNEST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Christiana  Stahl,  224  McDougal  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
FISCHER,  HENRY  GEORGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  15,  1918. 

Died  :  At  home  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Josephine  Fischer,  15  Roosevelt  Avenue,  Troy,  N.  Y. 
FISCHER,  WALTER  HENRY,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  February  3,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  October  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Henry  J.  Fischer,  2515  Cortland  Street,  Chicago,  IK. 
174483—20 18 


274 

FISH,  CORNIE  WILLIAM,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  October  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Station,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  December  25,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hannah  M.  Merrill,  Wedderburn,  Oreg. 
FISH,  WAYNE  WALTER,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  June  22,  1918. 

Died :  St.  Vincent's  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Jesse  Fish,  Helena,  Okla. 
FISH,  WILBUR,  chief  turret  captain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  20,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Edna  Harriet  Fish,  2727  South  Smedley  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
FISH,  FERNALD  JEFFERSON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  July  5,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  April  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Sadie  M.  Fish,  Waterville,  Me. 
FISHER,  CHARLES  HENRY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  November  8,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Frank  Fisher,  Fresno,  Calif. 
FISHER,  EARL  MANNING,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Belle  Fisher,  Cleveland,  Mo. 
FISHER,  EDWARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:   Sister,  Helen  Fisher  McGonigal,  59  Good  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

FISHER,  LESTER  ELMER,   seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1919. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  W.  Fisher,  802  East  Iowa  Street,  Evansville, 

Ind. 

FISHER,   LORIN   HERBERT,   chief  quartermaster,   United   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force  (A). 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Herbert  Hamilton  Fisher,  3268  Briggs  Avenue,  Ala- 
meda,  Calif. 


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FISHER,  MASON  GILBERT,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  May  5,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Cavite,  P.  I.,  June  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  Fisher,  Pawnee  City,  Nebr. 
FISHER,  RALPH  CLINTON,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  June  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebral  spinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  Fisher,  Bonners  Ferry,  Idaho. 
FISHER,  RAYMOND  GEORGE,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  forces  operating  in  European  waters,  October  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  P.  Fisher,  Hepburn,  Iowa. 
FISHER,  REGINALD  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause :  Killed  in  action  by  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  W.  Fisher,  R.  R.  3,  Connersville,  Ind. 
FISK,  EDWIN  ELICK,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma,  Okla.,  April  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  Fisk,  Ramona,  Okla. 
FISKE,  GEORGE  EDWIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  June  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Wisconsin,  August  31,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Fiske,  Post-office  box  35,  Summit,  R.  I. 
FISSE,  VICTOR,  ship  fitter,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Leonidas.  February  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Acute  alcoholic  poisoning. 

Next  of  kin :  Nephew,  William  H.  Fisse,  691  East  One  hundred  and  thirty- 
eighth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
FITLTJAN,  ARAM,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  August  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  S.  K.  Jorjorian,  3951  Sheridan  Road,  Chicago,  111. 
FITZGERALD,  EDWARD  ALOYSIUS,   apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  Fitzgerald,  270  Mount  Pleasant  Avenue, 

Newark,  N.  J. 
FITZGERALD,  JAMES  STEPHEN,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  September  17,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause :  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  P.  R.  Fitzgerald,  25  West  Crescent  Street,  Augusta, 
Me. 


FITZGERALD.   Joii.\   I>KWEY.  lirrmaii.   semi  id  class,   United   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

EYilisted:  Chicago,  III.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  Fit/herald,  008  West  Fifty-fourth  Street, 

Chicago,  111. 
FITZGERALD,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  first  musician.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass..  December  17,  1914. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Venial,  January  3.  1918. 

Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Sister,  Mrs.  Edward  F.  Rogers,  8  I  Street  South.  Boston,  Mass. 
FITZGERALD,  MAURICE  CHRISTOPHER,  quartermaster,  second  class.  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston.  Mas*.,  April  14,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  .Missouri,  January  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Maurice  Fitzgerald,  30  Summer   Street,   Somerville, 

Mass. 
FITZGERALD,  THOMAS  EDWARD,  apprentice  seaman.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston.  Mass.,  March  17,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  May  4,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  acute  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Thomas  F.  Fitzgerald,  3  Minton  Street.  Dorchester, 

Mass. 
FITZGERALD,  VANCE  ORD.,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  August  29,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Fairmont,  April  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Enteritis,  acute  tubercular. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Marie  Annie  Fitzgerald,  918  Fairmount  Avenue,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
FITZHENRY,  JOHN,  blacksmith,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Scranton,  Pa.,  December  22,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y..  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Bronchial  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Delia  Coyne,  506  Cemetery  Street,  Minooka,  Pa. 
FITZPATRICK,  ELMER  JOHN,  chief  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted  :  Cincinnati.  Ohio,  July  31,  1918. 

Died:  City  Hospital,  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  Fitzpatrick,  Radcliff,  Ohio. 

FITZPATRICK,  WILLIAM,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval    Kc- 
serve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  December  31,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Aunt.  Helen  Mannion,  8G  Palmer  Street,  Fall  River,  Mass. 
FITZSTMMONS,  WILLIAM  HF.NRY.  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  Stales 
Naval  Reserve  Force, 

Enlisted  :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  20,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111..  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  .Jerry  Fit/simmons,  40  Fraley  Street,  Kane.  Pa. 


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FLAHERTY,  JOHN  JAMES,  machinist's  mute,  first  class.  Tinted  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  January  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jonex,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Lost  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  and  sunk. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Margaret  Flaherty,  23  Bath  Street,  Bath,  Me. 
FLAHERTY,  JOSEPH  TIMOTHY,  seaman,   second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  May  20,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next    of   kin:    Mother,    Bridget    Donlan    Flaherty,    815    Oakland    Avenue,. 

Peoria,  111. 

FLAK.!,  JOSEI»H  WI:.M>KI.IN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoya,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Agatha  Flaig,  315  South  Payson  Street,  Baltimore, 

Md. 
FLANAGAN,  JOHN  DKWKY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago.  111.,  February  15,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclop*,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  .Joseph  Flanagan,  4850  North  Paulina  Street,  Chicago. 

111. 
FLANVGAN.  THOMAS  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  13,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Joncx,  December  G,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next    of    kin:    Aunt,    Katherine    Flanagan,    69    Telegraph,    South    Boston, 

Mass. 
FLANAGAN,  TIMOTHY  BENAKD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kiu :  Mother,  Sophia  Flanagan,  11.  F.  D.  5,  Buffalo,  Minn. 
FLANIGAN,  ALBKKT  F.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy  (G.  C.  M.  P.). 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  October  31,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  prison,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Catherine  Flanigan,  2029  Congress  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
FLATHEHS.  JAMES,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  13,  1917. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  March  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother.  Cecile  Flathers,  5208  Constance  Street,  New  Orleans, 

La. 

FLEISCHER,  .  ROBEKT,   landsman    for  electrician    (R),   United    States  Naval   Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  Fleischer,  1614  Concord  Avenue,  Detroit,  Mich. 


278 

FLEISCHMANN,  CHARLES,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Bayshore,  Long  Island,  August  2,  1917. 

Cause:  Seaplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :   Father,  Julius  Fleischmann,  701   Washington   Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 
FLEMING,  ALLEN,  Jr.,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  22,  1915. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Manley,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  by  explosion. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Allen  Fleming,  Athens,  Ga. 

FLEMING,  GEORGE  PATRICK,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  August  9,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Benjamin  F.  Fleming,  R.  F.  D.  No.  1,  Manson,  N.  C. 
FLEMING,  ROBERT,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  August  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  from  poison  salvarsan,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  Fleming,  2340  West  Ohio  Street,  Chicago, 

111. 
FLENIKEN,  SAMUEL  ALOYSIUS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  July  30,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  February  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next   of  kin:    Mother,   Ada   Arbour  Fleniken,    1528   Main    Street,    Baton 

Rouge,  La. 

FLETCHER,  ARNALDO  NALLIE,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  London,  Conn.,  July  25,  1917. 

Died:  United  States  submarine  base,  New  London,  Conn.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Rose  Fletcher,  YorkviUe,  111. 

FLETCHER,  CHARLES  CLARES,  landsman  for  electrician,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Victoria  Fletcher,  Nickelsville,  Va. 

FLETCHER,  ERNEST  FRANKLIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  7,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

JNext  of  kin :  Father,  John  K.  Fletcher,  Orrick,  Mo. 


279 

FLETCHEK,  FRANKLIN  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  May  2,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Elizabeth  Fletcher,  3046  N  Street  NW.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 
FLETCHER,  GEORGE  D.,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  March  21,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  23,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Lillian  Stansell,  Omar,  W.  Va. 

FLETCHER,  GEORGE  WELLS,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A.),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edwin  Fletcher,  410  Ninth  Avenue,  Menomonie,  Wis. 
FLETCHER,  LLOYD  VERNON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  April  24,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Fletcher,  Mi  Hard  Avenue,  Portland.  Oreg. 
FLINN,  VALENTINE  PATRICK,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  30,  1917. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  10, 1917. 

Cause :  Abscess  of  brain. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Beatrice  Mary  Agnes  Flinn,  240  Clinton  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 

FLITCROFT,  THOMAS  HARRY,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  4.  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  8, 1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Flitcroft,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Delecan.  Wis. 
FLOOD,  ELMER  MERTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  June  26.  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Bumkin  Island.  Mass.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza  and  secondary  tironchial  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Susie  Flood,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Intervale,  Me. 
FLOOD,  FRANCIS  ROBERTS,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hetta  M.  Flood,  701  Main  Street,  South  Hannibal,  Mo. 
FLOOD,  NATHANIEL  BAILEY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Shirley  Flood,  Blackwell,  Ky. 


280 

FLOW.  AKTIU-K  ALEXANDER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  July  6,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  October  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  James  C.  Flow.  Matthews,  N.  C. 
FLY  NX,  FRANK,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  26,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk.  V;;.,  December  29,  1917. 

Cause:  Fracture  of  skull. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  Burns,  925  West  Sixth  Street,  Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
FI.YNX,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  chief  master  at  arms.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  January  13,  1916. 

Died :  At  home,  November  28,  1917. 

Cause:  Angina  pectoris  (heart). 

Next  of  kin  :   Wife,  Charlotte  Frances  Flynn,  51  Richard  Avenue,   Ports- 
mouth, N.  H. 

FI.YXN,  MAURICE   J.   ('.,   electrician,   first    class,   United   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I..  March  22,  1918. 

Died:  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York.  N.  Y.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  E.  Flynn,  15  Barton  Street,  Taunton,  Mass. 
FLYNN,  MICHAEL  JOSEPH,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died:  Charlestown,  Mass.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Belinda  Flynn,  224  Thirteenth  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 
FI.YNN.  WILLIAM  PATRICK,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  7,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernou,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin  »  Father,  William  Flynn,  212  Green  Street,  Cambridge,  Mass. 
FLYTE,  Charles  Francis,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y..  December  8,  1914. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  October  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Sarcoma. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  Flyte,  Lehighton,  Pa. 
FOEGLKY.  WALTER  Louis,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  August  24,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mildres  Foegley,  1143  South  Lafayette  Street,  South 

Bend,  Ind. 
FOLCKOMER,  JAMES  C.,  chief  carpenter's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  December  29,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Lawrence,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next   of   kin:    Wife,   Clotien   Folckomer,    120   West   Philadelphia    Street, 
York,  Pa. 


281 

FOLEY,  JAMES  FRANCES,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlist  (id :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  0,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

.\Vxt  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ellen  Foley,  723  Dorchester  Avenue,  South  Boston, 
,  Mass. 
FOLWELL,  LAWRENCE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal    (pneumococcus). 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Laura  Ragerty,  Romolus,  N.  Y. 
FOLZ,  WALTER  HENRY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis.  Ind.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Folz,  R.  R.  7,  Evansville,  Ind. 
FONG,  AH,  warrant  officer's  steward,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cavite,  P.  I.,  June  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Canacao,  P.  I.,  August  20,  1917. 

Cause:  Dysentery  entainebic,  with  mycordatis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Ah  Foo.  26  Ying  Fong,  Hongkong,  China. 
FONGER,  NEAL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted  :  Grand  Rapids.  Mich.,  July  27,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  E.  Fonger,  R.  R.  1,  Grandville,  Mich. 
FOORD,  J.  S.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  July  5,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  14,  1917. 

Cause :  Died  from  frostbite. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  James  L.  Foord,  5413  Dorchester  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
FORBUSH,  FREDERIC  MOORE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  7,  1917. 

Died :  Hotel  Walton.  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father.  Frank  D.   Forbush,  315  Seniinole  Avenue,  Detroit, 

Mich. 

FORD,   AMBROSE  CLARK,    fireman,    second   class,   United    States   Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Covington,  July  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Ford,  Somerville,  Mass. 
FORD,  CHARLEY,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  January  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  April  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ed  Ford,  Trinity,  Mass. 


•  282 

FORD,  ERNEST  BOYD,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Meridian,  Miss.,  May  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Green  W.  Ford,  619  Locus  Street,  Vicksburg,  Miss. 
FORD,  IRVING  JENNER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Charlotte  Ford,  146  North  College  Avenue,  Grand 

Rapids,  Mich. 
FORD,  JOHN  EMMETT,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  June  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  January  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

NvXt  of  kin:  Father,  M.  Ford,  Greenbrier,  Ark. 
PORD,  JOHN  THOMAS,  ship's  cook,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Provincetown,  Mass.,  April  19,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  section  base,  Provincetown,  Mass.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Wife,  Margaret  Elizabeth  Ford,  6  Atwood  Avenue,  Province- 
town,  Mass. 
FORD,  KENT  WAITE,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Aunt,  Maria  Fifer,  1108  West  Fifteenth  Street,  Fort  Worth, 

Tex. 

PORD,  MERRILL  WALTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  United  States  Navy  rifle  range,  Camp  Logan,  111.,  October  2;  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Ford,  Bryant,  Ind. 
FORD,  THOMAS  WALKER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Causa:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Kate  Hallowel  Ford,  5511  Bloyed  Street,  Germantown, 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 
FORE,  ELLIE  ELBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  4,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  December  7,  1917. 

Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father.  Daniel  Thomas  Fere,  Watson,  La. 
JFOREMAN,  FRANK  PALARAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  November  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  February  14,  1918. 

Cau^e:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ornah  Foreman,  1212  West  Tenth  Street,  Los  Angeles, 
Calif. 


283 

FORREST,  SAMUKL  ADOLHUS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  May  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jcseph  R.  Forrest,  Francisco,  N.  C. 
FORRESTER,  EDWARD  AUGUST,  oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  5,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Las  Animas,  Colo.,  April  10,  1917. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis,  chronic,  pulmonary. 

Next  of  kin:   Mother,   Catherine  Forrester,   18  Richileu  Apartments,   In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 
FORSTER,  Louis  GEORGE,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  November  13,  1916. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Carola  IV;  died  at  Hospital  5,  France,  May  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Epilepsy. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Louis  Forster,  3134  O'Donnell  Street,  Baltimore,  Md. 
Foss,  ARNOLD  OLE,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate   (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Marie  Thoried  Foss,  2118  North  Hamlin  Avenue, 

Chicago,  111. 
FOSTER,  ARTHUR,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  February  21,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Sampson  Foster,  general  delivery,  Topeka,  Kans. 
FOSTER,  HARVEY  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  January  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Daniel  Foster,  13  South  Forty-third  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
FOSTER,  JOHN  EDWARD,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  January  25,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Sarah  Feathers  Foster,  5464  West  Madison  Street, 

Chicago,  111. 
FOURNIER,  WILLIAM  JAMES,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  July  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  September  17,  1917. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Antoine  Fournier,  Mariposa  County,  Calif. 
FOUT,  OID,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  France,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Minnie  Fout,  216  North  Rural  Street,  Indianapolis, 
Ind. 


284 

FOWLKI:.    CECIL   AIM  in  it.    seaman,    second    class,    Tinted    States    Nasal 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  .July  23,  1918. 

Died:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next    of   kin  :    Father,   Alfred    Fowler,   900   North    Pine    Street,    Ishpeming,. 

Mich. 
FOWLER.  FRED  VINCENT,  electrician,  third  class  (It),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.,  April  12,  1917. 

Died :  Key  West,  Fla.,  March  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Fracture. 

Next  of  kin ;  Mother,  Annie  Fowler,  River  Road,  Plainesville,  Pa. 
FOWLER.  WILLIAM  WALLACE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  ('.,  December  15.  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  J'rinwx*  Mutiokn.  October  ;">.  1918. 

Cause:   Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Mrs.  A.  II.  Holt,  222  Webster  Street.  Greenville,  S.  C. 
Fox,  CHARLES  WESLEY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y.,  September  25,  1917. 

Died:  Marine  hospital,  Baltimore,  Md.,  February  14.  191s. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Sarah  Fox,  Graphite,  N.  Y. 

Fox,    EDWARD   WILLIAM,    seaman,   secon  1    cla<s,    Unittd    States    Naval    Reserve- 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  17,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  III.,  October  3.  1918.   ' 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Fattier,  George  F.  Fox,  It.  It.  2,  Guilford.  Ind. 
Fox,  GILBERT  MARION,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  G,  1918. 

Died:  Navy  rifle  range,  Camp  Logan,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Falher,  Willard  A.  Fox,  3022  Harvey  Avenue,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
Fox,  JOHN  HARRY,  Seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,. October  19,  191G. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,   Adolph   II.   Fox,   015   North   Nineteenth   Street,   St. 

Louis,  Mo. 
Fox,  KENNETH  ALBERT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Binghainton,  N.  Y.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Pellmm  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  G,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Emma  Fox,  K.  F.  D.  2,  Nichols,  N.  Y. 
Fox,  WILLIAM,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  25,  1917. 

Pied :  Naval  air  station,  Miami,  Fla..  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Brother,  Alexander  Lisetzky,  Odessa.  Russia. 


285 

Fox,    WILLIAM    FKANKLIX.    apprentice    seaman,    United    States    Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Meridian,  Miss.,  July  23,  1938. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  22,  If  M.S. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Jerry  M.  Fox,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Slate  Springs,  Miss. 
"FRALEY,    GUY    BAKSTOW,    chief   quartermaster.    United    States    Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  16,  1017. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola.  Flu.,  August  12,  191S. 

Cause:  Killed  in  airplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  J.  Fraley,  Geneseo,  N.  Y. 
FRALEY.  HOPPY  KELLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  December  28,  1917. 

I  >ied :  Naval  base  hospital  No.  5,  April  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  inncingitis. 

Next  of  kin  :  Sister,  Mary  Fraley,  617  East  Cherry  Street,  Coluinbus,  Ohio. 
"FRAME.  JOHN  ROY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  July  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  John  Frame,  R.  R.  No.  5,  Zenia,  Ohio. 

FRAME,  Ross  HOWARD,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother.  Lottie  Storey  Frame,  548  Highland  Avenue,  Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
FKANCE,  FERDINAND  JOHN,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Albany,  N.  Y.,  November,  15,  1915, 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Birin-inffham.  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kathryn  Zellmer,  427  Paige  Street,  Schenectady,  N.  Y. 
'FRANCIS,  ERNEST  MEDEIROS,  musician,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  January  7,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Lea  Medeiros  Francis,  133  Willis  Street,  New  Bedford, 

Mass. 
FRANCIS,  JAMES  ALVA,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  September  29,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Clara  Francis,  Osgood,  Ind. 
FKANK,  GEORGE  ELLISON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Dallas.  Tex.,  October  1,  1918. 

Died  :  Baylor  University,  Waco,  Tex.,  naval  unit,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  James  D.  Frank,  Onalaska,  Tex. 


286 

FUANK,  GUSTAVE,  chief  master  at  arms,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  12,  1918. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Rupture  of  aorta. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Agnes  Mary  Frank,  1537  South  Marston  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
FBANK,  WILLIAM  VINCENT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  November  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  J.  Frank,  121  Humboldt  Street,  Detroit,  Mich. 
FKANKE,  RHEINHOLD  ARMIEN  OTTO,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  March  30,  1915. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Richard  Franke,  1549  South  Eleventh  Street,  She- 

boygan,  Wis. 
FRANKLIN,  IRVING,  electrician,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Fall  River,  Mass.,  March  28,  1917. 

Died  :  U.  S.  S.  Kearsarge,  September  19,  1918.    Died  while  on  leave  at  home. 

Cause :  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mable  Franklin,  77  Eastern  Avenue,  Fall  River,  Mass. 
FRANKLIN,  MCDONALD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Raleigh,  N.  C.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  E.  Franklin,  Crossnore,  N.  C. 
FRANTZ,  GEORGK,  sp.- man,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Scranton,  Pa.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111..  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  InfiuenK«. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lizzie  Frantz,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Strouds-hurg,  Pa. 
FRANTZ,  SELIM  DEFORREST,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York  City,  N.  Y.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died :  West  Reading,  Pa.,  August  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Milton  G.  Hummel,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Sinking  Springs, 

Pa. 
FRANZ,  FREDERICK,  boatswain's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  November  5,  1915. 

Died:  St.  Elizabeths  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  May  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Syphilis  and  dementia  paralytus. 

Next  of  kin  :  Sister,  Pauline  Blum,  9  Lotus  Avenue,  Evergreen,  Long  Island, 

N.  Y. 

FRARY,  FAY  JUDSON,  chief  quartermaster    (A),   United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  August  19,  1918. 

Died:  Dunwoody  Naval  Training  Schools,  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  October  10, 
1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  J.  Frary,  Medina,  N.  Y. 


287 

FRANSOZIE,  CESARE  JOHN,  ship's  cook,  fourth  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  8,  1918. 

Died :  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Theresa  Fransozie,  26  Clark  Street,  Somerville,  Mass, 
FEATUS,  FRANK,  carpenter's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Provincetown,  Mass.,  April  6,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Michigan,  July  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Hemorrhage. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Rose  Fratus,  19  Tremont  Street,  Provincetown, 

Mass. 

FRAZES,  EDNA  MAY,  landsman  for  yeoman   (F),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Catherine  Frazes,  446  Ninth  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
FRAZIER,  FRANCIS  LEEROY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  July  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Hugh  Frazier,  R.  R.  38,  Union  City,  Ind. 
FRAZIER,  HUGH  ARTHUR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  4,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  15,  1917. 
|    Cause:  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  R.  Frazier,  Bonami,  La. 
FREADER,  GEORGE  FRANCIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Anna  Freader,  573  Boulevard,  Bayonne,  N.  J. 
FREAS,   ARTHUR  WILLIAM,  yeoman,  first  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  Millner  Freas,  2112  East  Haines  Street,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

FRECHETTE,  ALPHONSK  P.,  painter,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next   of   kin:  Mother,    Georgianna    Frechette,   363   Bay    Street,   Taunton, 

Mass. 
FREDENBURG,  BENJAMIN  FULLER,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Providence,  R.  I.,  December  20,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Herman  Frasch,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  life  in  collision. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Fredenburg,  185  Carpenter  Street,  Providence, 
R.  I. 


288 

KKKDKIMCK.  CHAKI.KS  HK/KKIAH.  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  rnit«Ml  States 
Navy. 

Unlisted:   Birmingham.  Ala.,  May  !>,  1017. 

Died:   Naval  hospital,  Newport.  H.  T.,  June  4,  10.17. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Robert  M.  Frederick.  HacklHmrg,  Ala. 
FHKIH.JXK,  JOHN  MOKKIS,  gunner's  mate,  second  class.  Tinted  States  Navy. 

Unlisted:   Mare  Island,  Calif..  July  11,  1014. 

Died:   Mendocino  State  hospital.  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  12,  1018. 

Cause:  Dementia  paralytics. 

Next   of  kin:  Sister,  Margie   lirunl,   .",4s   North    Wanamaker  Street,   Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
FKKDRICKHKN,  Louis,  seaman,  second  class.  Tinted  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y..  April  16,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Souther]/,  June  11,  1017. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father.   Ralph  Fredricksen,  340  Fifty-seventh  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 
FKKKKUKC,,  FKANK,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  November  4,  1016. 

Died  :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk.  Va..  January  8,  1018. 

Cause :  Myelitis  traverse. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Minnie  Freeburg,  (irand  Forks,  X.  Dak. 
FKKKMAX.  ALFRED  RAY.  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Fore*. 

Enlisted  :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  August  12,  1018. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  A'a.,  September  28,  1018. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Eva  Dell  James,  Owens,  Ohio. 
FKKKMAX.  KMMKTT  ARLINGTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Oklahoma  City.  Okla.,  December  5,  1017. 

Died  :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  11,  1018. 

Cause,  Pneumonia,  lofoar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother.  Hannah  E.  Freeman,  R.  3,  Norman,  Okla. 
FKKKMAX,  ROBERT  JKXNIXGS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  November  14,  1017. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  President  Lincoln,  May  31,  1018. 

Cause :  Lost  life  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin:  Ill-other,  John  E.  Freeman,  box  1<>2.  West  Brownsville,  Pa. 
'FRENCH,  CHAKI.KS,  fireman,  first  class.  Fleet  Reserve. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  26,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jone*,  December  6,  1017. 

Cause :  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother.  Nora  French.  240  East  Fourteenth  Street,  New  York, 

N.  Y. 

FRENCH,   RALPH   WAI.DO.    fireman,   second   class,   United    States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  1,  1018. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1018. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Nora  French,  238  East  Fourteenth  Street,  New  York, 
N.  Y. 


289 

FBENCH,  RAY  MELCOM,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  November  21,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  February  5,  1918. 
Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elmer  French,  North  Haverhill,  N.  H. 
FRENCH,  ULYSSES  GRANT,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.,  June  4,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Leviathan,  March  27,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  W.  W.  French,  126  Franklin  Street,  Kingston, 

N.  Y. 
FRETTER,  VIRGEL  OLIVER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  1,  1918. 

Died :  St.  Joseph's  Hospital,  Providence,  R.  I.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Amanda  Rouch  Fretter,  Saginaw,  West  Side,  Mich. 
FREY,  FELIX  FESTUS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Meridian,  Miss.,  April  30,  1918. 
Died :  Boston,  Mass.,  September  26,  1918. 
Cause :  Influenza  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Frey,  Mangham,  La. 
FRIDD,  LEE  FRANKLIN,  storekeeper,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital.  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  8,  1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Christine  Wynona  Fridd,  Lavonia,  N.  Y. 
FRIED,  FRANK  CARL,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  November  15,  1917. 
Died :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  5,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Fried,  Mena,  Ark. 
FRIEDMAN,  MYRON  SAMUEL,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  November  10,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  Friedman,  1575  West  Vernon  Avenue,  Los 

Angeles,  Calif. 

FRIEDRICH,  ARTHUR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  24,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  14,  1917. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Arthur  Friedrich,  202  Grove  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
FRIEND,  OSBORNE  PROCTOR,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  22,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  29,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Florence  B.  Friend,  34  School  Street,  Clareinont.  N.  H. 
174483—20 19 


290 

FEISBIE,  FRANK  INGOLDSBY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  17,  1918. 

Died :  Cumberland  Street  Hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  28S 1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alva  Frisbie,  203  East  Thirty-eighth  Street,  Coving- 
ton,  Ky. 

FEITTS,  WILLIAM  TALMAGE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  December  21,  1915. 
Died:  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lula  Fritts,  Conasauga,  Tenn. 

FEOHNEB,  RAYMOND  ASHTON,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  6,  1918. 
Died:  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  4,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Helen  Frohner,  2314  North  Van  Pelt  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

FROST,  ERNEST  MAHLON,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Burlington.  Vt.,  April  10,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Missouri,  November  7,  1918. 

Cause  :^  Died  from  shock  after  being  hit  by  street  car  in  Philadelphia. 
Next  of  kin :  Brother,  George  Edward  Densmore,  Washington,  Vt. 
FEOST,  LEON  LYCURGUS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  April  3,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  24,  1917. 
Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  H.  Frost,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Guilford,  Me. 
FEOST,  MARK  W.,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  4,  1917. 
Died :  Boston,  Mass.,  October  3,  1917. 
Cause:  Typhoid  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Annie  M.  Frost,  East  Hampstead,  N.  H. 
FROST,  WILLIAM  RICHARD,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  29,  1915. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Ozark,  July  4,  1917. 
Cause :  Acute  peritonitis  and  intestinal  obstruction. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Francis  Frost,  375  Washington  Avenue,  New- 
ark, N.  J. 

FROST,  WYATT  BENJAMIN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  El  Paso,  Tex.,  June  20,  1917. 
Died :  Hospital,  Vladivostok,  March  20,  1918. 
Cause:  Smallpox. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  L.  A.  Frost,  Roscoe,  Tex. 
FRTJSH,  DAVID  KENNETH,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  1,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Peter  B.  Frush,  713  West  Broadway,  Logansport, 
Ind. 


291 

FRYE,  DOCK  BENJAMIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  January  28,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Killed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Minnie  May  Frye,  Conway,  S.  C. 
FUCHS,  JULIUS  ARNOLD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.s  S.  Neptune,  February  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Struck  by  coal  bucket. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Arnold  A.  Fuchs,  4549  Wichita  Avenue,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
FUEBT,  LEO  MICHAEL,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force.. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  9,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Fuery,  Middleport,  N.  Y. 
FUGITA,  Ko,  cabin  steward,  United  States  Navy. 
.    Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  31,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  May  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Nephritis. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Margaret  Fugita,  2643  South  Watt  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
FULLER,  DONALD  PRESTON,  electrician,  recond  class   (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  April  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  St.  Nazaire,  France,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  Elizabeth  Halcomb,  Ponds  Creek,  Okla. 
FULLER,  ERNEST  DAVIS,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  June  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elmore  Fuller,  Springport,  Mich. 
FULLER,  FRED  HOLLISTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  27,  1917. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,.  Frank  Fuller,  R.  R.  8,  South  Bend,  Ind. 
FULTON,  HAROLD  CAMPBELL,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  24,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  Proving  Grounds,  Indianhead,  Md.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia, 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Dean  Fulton,  174  Vanderveer  Place,  Woodhaven, 

Long  Island. 

FUNK,  HAROLD  CONRAD,   seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,   George  Funk,  1542  Highland   Avenue,   Lakewood, 
Ohio. 


292 

FUNK,  JESSIE  CLEON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  19,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Allie  Rose,  Quapaw,  Okla. 
FUNK,  RALPH  HARRY,  blacksmith  for  molder,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  11,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  De  Kail),  November  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Self-inflicted  wound. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Dore  E.  Funk,  118  North  Church  Street,  Waynes- 

boro,  Pa. 
FURRER,  JACOB  CHARLES,  seaman,  ;econd  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  30,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

•Cause:  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louisa  Furrer,  2526  Seventh  Avenue,  Altoona,  Pa. 
GADBERRY,  WILLIAM  DAKOTA,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  May  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  July  8,  1917. 

Cause:  Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  J.  Gadberry,  Wilmington,  111. 
GADDIS,  HERMON  CARLISLE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Augie  B.  Gaddis,  Pleasant  Hill,  La. 

GADROW,  ALFRED  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Louis  Gadrow,  Peacedale,  R.  I. 
GADROW,  HENRY  ARTHUR,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  July  27,  1917. 

Died:  Steamship  Rochester,  September  27,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Alfred  Gadrow,  Manchester  Street,  Crompton,  R.  I. 
GAFNER,  CHRIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Gafner,  934  Garfield  Street,  Springfield,  Mo. 
GAGE,  GLEN  ARBOR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Birmingham,  N.  Y.,  May  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jennie  Vera  Gage,  Jackson  Street,  Greene,  N.  Y. 


293 

GAHDE,  JOHN  JAY,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Frida  M.  Gahde,  32  West  Sixty-eighth  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

GAILLOUX,  FRED  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  'United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Phillip  Gailloux,  1310  First  Street,  Prince  Albert, 

Canada. 

GAIN,  THOMAS  EDWAKD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  Gain,  234  Fremont  Street,  Peekskill,  N.  Y. 
GAINER,  AUSTIN  EDWARD,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  April  4,  1918. 

Died:  At  home,  October  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Anne  Gainer,  1511  Hatch  Avenue,  Ozone  Park,  Long 

Island,  N.  Y. 
GAINES,  WILLIAM  THOMAS,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  September  17,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  S.  Gaines,  R.  R.  1,  Bowling  Green,  Ky. 
GALATZ,  JOSEPH,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  August  3,  1917. 

Died :  Barry  Accident  Hospital,  Cardiff,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Mandal  Galatz,  Marinette,  Wis. 

GALBRAITH,  CHARLES  CLIFFORD,  hospital  apprentice.,  second  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  O.  Galbraith,  Platte  City,  Mo. 
GALENTINE,  CHESTER  FRANCIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  Galentine,  Skiatook,  Okla. 
GALINDEZ,  ANGEL,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Naval  station,  Olongapo,  P.  I.,  February  11,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  8.  R.  Jones,  May  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Amelia  Filancer,  San  Felipe,  P.  I. 


294 

GALLAGHER,   ANDREW   JACKSON    TOWN,    landsman   for   machinist's   mate    (A), 
United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  December  31,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  February  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Intestinal  obstruction. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  T.  Gallagher,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
GALLAGHER,  FRANCIS  MICHAEL,,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Syphilis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Patrick  Gallagher,  426  East  Fifty-seventh  Street,  New 
York,  N.  Y. 

GALLAGHER,  JAMES  ALOYSIUS,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died:  At  home,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  J.  Gallagher,  380  Sackett  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
GALLAGHER,  JAMES  HENRY,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  26,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  J.  Gallagher,  789  Comunipaw  Avenue,  Jersey 

City,  N.  J. 
GALLENE,  LLEWELLYN  MADISON,  Jr.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  December  3,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Llewellyn  M.  Gallent,  sr.,  Ariel,  Miss. 
GALLMAN,  RICHARD  EDWOOD,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Columbia,  S.  C.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Gangrene. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jane  Gallman,  R.  8,  Gaffney,  S.  C. 

GALLUP,   RAYMOND  MANCHA,   machinist's   mate,    second   class,   United   States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  November  23,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  L.  Gallup,  Fayetteville,  N.  C. 
GALVEZ,  ALFREDO,  mess  attendant,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Diego,  Calif.,  December  30,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Maxino  Galvez,  239  Marteriz  Street,  Cebu,  P.  I. 
GALVIN,  ELLA  M.,  yeoman    (F),  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  November  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Multiple  injuries. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Julia  Galvin,  103  Covel  Street,  Fall  River,  Mass. 


295 

GAMBRELL,  JOHN  LEAVELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  April  14,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ola  O.  Gambrell,  Drew,  Miss. 
GAMES,  FRANK  LORNE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  November  22,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Scarlet  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Lynch  Games,  Latham,  111. 
GANDER,  HAROLD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  July  30,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Naval  Base,  Va.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Gander,  R.  F.  D.  7,  Cumberland,  Ohio. 
GANSTER,  JOHN,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  March  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Dunkirk,  France,  May  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Result  of  injuries  received  in  aeroplane  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Harry  W.  Ganster,  Lenox  Avenue,  Govanstown,  Md. 
GANT,  ALLEN,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  Orleans,  La.,  January  23,  1918. 

Died :  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Mrs.  Sadie  N.  Gant,  2333  Valence  Street,  New  Or- 

leans,   La. 
GANTT,  JAMES  ROBERT  S.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  April  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  29,  1917. 

Cause:    Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Mart  C.  Gantt,  Princeton,  Tex. 
GAPINSKI,  MICHAEL,  Jr.,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  21,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Fanning,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:   Shot  by  a  shipmate. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Michael  Gapinski,  sr.,  1130  Atlantic  Avenue,  Cam- 
den,  N.  J. 
GARBER,  ALBERT  MILTON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  Garber,  737  Church  Street,  Berlin,  Wis. 
GARBER,  ERNEST  EUGENE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clara  F.  Garber,  R.  R.  2,  North  Manchester,  Ind. 
GARBER,  MICHAEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.,  May  2,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Harry  Garber,  Glen-Lyon,  Pa. 


296 

GABCIA,  LEOPOLDO  ESTEBAN,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Galveston,  Tex.,  February  11,  1914. 

Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Julio  Garcia,  San  Diego,  Tex. 
GARD,  ALLYN  JASON,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  20,  1918. 

Died :  Royal  hospital,  South  Queensferry,  Scotland,  November  6,  1918. 

Cause :   Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Effie  Gard,  513  East  Miller  Street,  Springfield,  111. 
GARDNER,  EARL  FREDERICK  RUDOLPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dorthia  Gardner,  210  Garden  Street,  Edwardsville,  111. 
GARDNER,  LIONEL  HILES,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.,  April  12, 1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  1, 1918. 

Cause:  Undetermined. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  H.  T.  Baldwin,  1028  Fairmount  Street,  Grand  Rapids, 

Mich. 

GABDNER,  RAYMOND  HAROLD,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  tSates  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :     Mother,  Amelia  Gardner,  902  West  Twenty-sixth  Street, 

Minneapolis,  Minn. 
GAEICK,  CARLJS  JAMES,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  June  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L,  October  19, 1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Garick,  Branchville,  S.  C. 

GARLAND,  EDWARD  BOWDEN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Naval  Base,  Va.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  S.  Bowden,  Santifee,  W.  Va. 
GARLIN,  HELMUTH  ADOLPH,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  15, 1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Amanda  Garlin,  Fayetteville,  Tex. 

GARLINGHOUSE,  FRED  JERRY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  29,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  9, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Rhoda  F.  Garlinghouse,  514  North  Twelfth  Street,  Inde- 
pendence, Kans. 


297 

GAELOCK,  ARTHUR  HERMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  6,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chattanooga,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  H.  Garlock,  720  Fourth  Avenue,.  Clinton,  Iowa. 
GARMES,  JOHN,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  February  23,  1910. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Christiana  Garmes,  Peteluma,  Calif. 
GARNER,  ERNEST  OVEVION,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Baltimore,  Md.,  November  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  H.  Garner,  Naylor,  Md. 
GARNER,  MACK  ELMA,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  July  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  B.  B.  Garner,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Beebe,  Ark. 
GARBIGUS,  CHARLES  BYFORD,  commissary  steward,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  AliL«e  F.  Garrigus,  Marion,  111. 
GARRITY,  JAMES  ORSEN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  December  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Vernie  Garrity,  Gladwin,  Mich. 
GABSAU,  CARL  E(UGENE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  August  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mina  Garsau,  Philadelphia,  N.  Y. 
GABSIA,  JOSE  MANUEL,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Juan,  P.  R.,  June  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin :  Half  brother,  Benito  Florez,  Company  F,  Porto  Rico  Regiment. 
GARSIDE,  HARRY  MELVIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ollie  Garside,  398  Washington  Avenue,  Belleville,  N.  J. 
GARSIDE,  RALPH  HILL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  14,  1918.      • 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Hattie  Garside,  342  Maine  Street,  Calais,  Me. 


298 

GABTLAND,  ROBEET  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Gartland,  12  Clorairie  Street,  Providence,  R.  I. 
GABVEY,  JOHN  LEO,  landsman  for  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  October  23,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Garvey,  Oelwein,  Iowa. 
GASH,  ANDREW  JACKSON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  April  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  September  22,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Lewis  Gash,  R.  R.  4,  Clinton,  111. 
GASKILL,  DAVID  M.,  commissary  steward,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Bar  Harbor,  Me.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  D.  W.  Gaskill,  Blackstone,  Mass. 
GASS,  HOWARD  LEVIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  April  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  27,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  L.  D.  Gass,  119  Pine  Street,  Danville,  111. 
GATES,  HORATIO  DWIGHT,  chief  pharmacist's  mate,  Fleet  Naval  Reserve. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  18,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  base  hospital  No.  1,  October  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Peritonitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Horatio  Gates,  355  Oakland  Avenue,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 
GATES,  IRVIN  O'NEAL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Columbia,  S.  C.,  October  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  V.  C.  Gates,  Edgewood,  S.  C. 
GATES,  JAMES  LEWIS,  ship  fitter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  4,  1914. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Brother,  Clark  Gates,  608  South  Vallejo  Street,  Stockton, 

Calif. 

GATES,  PHINEAS  COLLIFLOWER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Edith  V.  Gates,  908  South  Second  Street,  Springfield, 
111. 


299 

GATO,  HAROLD  FRANCIS,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Me.,  November  2,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Virginia,  May  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Abscess  of  lung. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Gato,  38  Maple  Street,  Portland,  Me. 
GATJDIAN,  BENJAMIN  FERDINAND,  wardroom  steward,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Pedro,  Calif.,  March  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Dorothy  F.  Gaudian,  105  West  Sixth  Street,  Los  Angeles, 

Calif. 
GATJS,  CHARLES  FREDERICK,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alcedo,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Oscar  F.  Gaus,  65  Longfellow  Avenue,  Jamaica,  Long 

Island,  N.  Y. 

GAUTHIER,  WILLIAM  DANIEL,  ship's  cook,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Westgate,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Emma  Gauthier,  165  Dexter  Street,  Pawtucket,  R.  I. 
GAVIGAN,    WILLIAM    JOHN,    seaman,    United    States   Naval   Reserve    Force. 

Enlisted :  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  March  19, 1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  30, 1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Gavigan,  519  West  One  hundred  and  fifty-first 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

GAVIN,  WILLIAM  PHILLIP,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  23,  1918. 

Died:  Willard  Parker  Hospital,  New  York,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Gavin,  15  Washburn  Avenue,  Franklin ville, 

N.  Y. 
GAVITT,  LESLIE  FRANK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  London,  Conn.,  May  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  23, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Winnie  Cavitt,  Main  Street,  Niantic,  Conn. 
GEAR,  THOMAS  FRANCIS,  printer,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Gear,  125  Grand  Street,  Hoboken,  N.  J. 
GEARY,  JAMES,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Maria  Geary,  17  Clinton  Avenue,  Middletown,  Conn. 


300 

GEE,  CHARLEY  BUBBICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  M?iy  24,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  31, 1917. 

Cause:  Poison  (salvarsan).  , 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  J.  Gee,  Canfleld,  Ohio. 
GEEBTSEN,  CLARENCE  EUGENE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  November  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  W.  Geertsen,  Union,  Oreg. 
GEHM,  HARRY  LEONARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,   Harry  Gehm,  417  West  Thirty-sixth  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

GEIGER,  CARL  ANTHONY,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate    (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  9,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Albert  Geiger,  New  Washington,  Ohio. 
GEISEN,   HARRY   JACOB,   seaman,   second   class,   United    States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Albert  Geisen,  Minneapolis,  Kans. 

GEISLER,  ARNOLD  JULIUS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  July  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Academy,  Annapolis,  Md.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Minnie  Geisler,  532  Forest  Avenue,  Wausaur 

Wis. 
GELLER,  MEYER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  1,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Isaac  Geller,  607  Church  Street,  Wilmington,  Del. 
GEMBERLING,  LAMAR  EVERET,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  August  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elsie  Gemberling,  220  North  Francis  Street,  South 

Bend,  Ind. 
GENDRON,  HORMIDAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  L,  May  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,   Ozevile  Gendron.   63  Hicks   Street,   New  Bedford, 
Mass. 


301 

<?ENTRY,  MURDOCH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  May  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  1,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Frances  Gentry,  Buchanan,  Ga. 

GENTRY,  DILLARD,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  May  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  L.  Gentry,  R.  F.  D.  3,  Winchester,  Ky. 
GENTRY,  HOMER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Athens,  Ga.,  October  1,  1918. 

Died:  University  of  Georgia,  Athens,  Ga.,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  C.  A.  Gentry,  R.  F.  D.  7,  Newnan,  Ga. 
GEOGHEGAN,  DALE  ALLEN,  landsman  for  musician,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Chippewa  Falls,  Wis.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Bessie  B.  Geoghegan,  1737  Summit  Street,   Kansas 

City,  Mo. 
GEORGE,  ALBERT  HENRY,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  April  25,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Key  West,  Fla.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobnr. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Effie  M.  George,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Ellensburg,  Wash. 
GEORGE,  CHARLES,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  December  4,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Fort  Lyon,  Colo.,  August  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Stella  A.  George,  1800  North  Bethel  Street,  Baltimore, 

Md. 
GEORGE,  COST,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  U.  S.  S.  Cyclops,  May  19,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Mitchell  George,  Peretasas,  Turkey. 
GEORGE,  GARNETT  FRANK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  June  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ed.  K.  George,  Belton,  Mo. 

GERDON,   EDWARD  LEROY,   apprentice   seaman,    United    States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Bellingham,  Wash.,  July  16,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Juanita  Gerdon,  Sedro-Woolley,  Wash. 


302 

GERKEN,  CLABENCE  JOHN,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  March  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Dilatation,  acute  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Gerken,  900  Kings  Highway,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
GERRITY,  HENRY  EDWARD,  chief  printer,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  15,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Lawrence  Gerrity,  73  Irving  Street,  South  Framing- 
ham,  Mass. 
GETMAN,  CLARENCE  ASHLEY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  14,  1917. 

Died :  Paterson,  N.  J.,  September  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Poisoning. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Hazel  M.  Getman,  117  North  Fifth  Street,  Paterson,. 

N.  J. 

GIBBONS,  JOSEPH  KENT,  carpenter's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  October  25,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Boston,  Mass.,  January  20, 1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Gibbons,  66  L  Street,  South  Boston,  Mass. 
GIBBS,  NELSON  AMOS,  shipfitter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  April  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Abscess  of  liver. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  T.  Gibbs,  Highland  Avenue,  Monticello,  N.  Y. 
GIBBS,  ROBERT,  electrician,  third  class  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  foundered. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  George  E.  Gibbs,  48  Madison  Avenue,  Greenwood, 

Mass. 
GIBERSON,  CHARLES  MILLARD,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  November  3,  1917. 

Died :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Accidental  drowning. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  L.  Giberson,  305  West  Grand  Boulevard,  Detroit, 

Mich. 

GIBLIN,  THOMAS  JEFFERSON,  quartermaster,   first  class,  United   States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  August  7,  1917. 

Died :  Royal  naval  hospital,  Plymouth,  England,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Giblin,  103  Princeton  Street,  East  Boston, 

Mass. 

GIBNEY,  JOHN  LEWIS,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  January  2,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ida  R.  Gibney,  81  Kenilworth  Place,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 


303 

GIBSON,  BARNIE  HAGUE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  February  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Tempa  Gibson,  R.  No.  2,  Box  88,  Texarkana,  Tex. 
GIBSON,   CHAELES  EDWARD,   apprentice  seaman,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  January  18,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  St.  Louis,  June  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Abscess  of  brain. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Gibson,  220  Ivanhoe  Street,  Emsworth,  Pa. 
GIBSON,  GEORGE  Dow,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Christine  G.  Gibson,  523  Fifty-ninth  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
GIBSON,  JURD  ROY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  June  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kate  Gibson,  Maryville,  Tenn. 
GIDEL,  DON  OTIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  burns. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Gidel,  Rockwell,  Iowa. 
GIDEON,  OSCAR  WESLEY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  R.  F.  Gideon,  Granbury,  Tex. 

GIESEMAN,  WALTER  Louis,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  W.  Gieseman,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Williamstown,  Kans. 
GIFFIN,  BERNARD  VANCE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Giffin,  413  Montrose  Street,  Salina,  Kans. 
GIFFIN,  GEORGE  LESTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elbridge  N.  Giffin,  Monson,  Mass. 


304 

GIFFORD,  JULIAN  WILLIS,  storekeeper,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Disease. 

Next  of  kin :  Grandmother,  Emily  Gifford,  137  Chestnut  Street,  New  Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

GIFFORD,  LEONARD  HENRY,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force  (G). 

Enlisted:  Tuckerton  Radio  Station,  N.  J.,  November  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Fracture,  left  illium. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Esther  Gifford,  Tuckerton,  N.  J. 
GIFFORD,  WILLIAM  THOMAS,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  July  16,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  Etta  Williamson,  Vicksburg,  Miss. 
GIL,  ANTONIO,  musician,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  October  14,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Canacao,  P.  I.,  February  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Valvular  disease,  chronic  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Dorothea  Gil,  Santa  Cruz,  P.  I. 
GILBERT,  ALEX,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Fannie  Gilbert,  208  East  One  hundred  and  second 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
GILBERT,  GEORGE  ERNEST,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  20,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  E.  Gilbert,  744  McDonough  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
GILES,  CODA  LON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  May  4,  1918. 

Died:  New  Orleans,  La.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Giles,  Route  1,  Edgemoor,  Tenn. 
GILES,  ELIGE  MONROE,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  May  31,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pittsburgh,  October  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother.  Fannie  Giles,  R.  R.  2,  Malakoff,  Tex. 
GILFILLAN,  HARLEY  JEROME,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  June  15,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  submarine  chaser  No.  219,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Explosion  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Minnie  B.  Gilfillan,  Wyoming,  111. 


305 

GILL,  DAVID,  engineinan,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  31,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Robert  Gill,  1059  East  Twenty -second  Street,  Paterson, 

N.  J. 
GILL,  GOLDSBY  KING,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  June  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  iobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Uncle,  Robert  D.  Mills,  R.  3,  Birmingham,  Ala. 
GILL,  JAMES,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,  Richard   F.   Gill,   200  Madison   Avenue,   Flushing, 

Long  Island,  N.  Y. 
GILLAN,  HUGH  MICHEL,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  28, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Gillan,  2550  Ann  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
GILLANE,  HUBERT  JOSEPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Gillane,  637  South  Carrollton  Avenue,  New 

Orleans,  La. 
GILLESPIE,  CLAUDE  LOEELY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Houston,  Tex.,  June  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Ellen  Gillespie,  Sinton,  Tex. 
GILLESPIE,  JOHN  THOMAS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  November  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alabama,  August  8,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  injuries. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Gillespie,  3231  Perry  Avenue,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
GILLESPIE,   LORING,   quartermaster,   first  class,  United   States   Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  November  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  Iobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Pauline  Gille^pie,  Valparaiso,  Ind. 
GILLESPIE,  WILLIAM  JAMES,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  February  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lob  r. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louise  Gillospie  Ott,  2252  Ogden  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
174483—20 20 


306 

GILLETT,  BUKTON  CHESLEY,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  May  28,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lukes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  B.  Gillett,  904*  Rogers  Street,  Danville,  111. 
GILLIES,  RUSSELL  HABVABD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  E.  Gillies,  Cass  City,  Mich. 

GILLILAND,  GORDON  OLIVES,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Birmingham,  Ala.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Burnell  V.  Gilliland,  Cleveland,  Ala. 
GILLILAN,  WILLIAM  VERNON,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  October  22,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  Gillilan,  Station  G,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
GILLISPIE,  ALVIN  ELMO,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  December  12,  1917.        9 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cedio  S.  Gillispie,  R.  31,  Middleton,  Ga. 
GILLISPIE,  ELCANA  JOHNSTON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  January  9,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Utah,  March  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  David  Gillispie,  Goodwins  Ferry,  Va. 
GILLISPIE,  EUGENE  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  26,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Frank  Gillispie,  330  East  One  hundred  and  fiftieth 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
GILMER,  IRA  WHITFIELD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  Stated  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  August  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Carrie  Farrar,  Haynesville,  La. 

GILMORE,  ROBERT  GATCHALL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  27,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  May  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Rev.  F.  A.  Gilmore,  Elizabeth,  N.  J. 


307 

GILMORE,  WILLIAM  ELLSWORTH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  August  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Sarah  Gilmore,  R.  F.  D.  2,  Monroe,  Mich. 
GINTHER,  FREDERICK  GEORGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  14,  1918. 

Died :  Cherrystone  Naval  Hospital,  Cape  Charles,  Va.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next   of  kin:  Father,    George   C.    Ginther,   925   Pottsville    Street,    Potts- 

ville,  Pa. 
GIORNO,  RALPH,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  London,  Conn.,  April  26,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rose  Giorno,  22  Pearl  Street,  Westerly,  R.  I. 
GIRARDEATJ,  HAMLiN  TOWNEY,  plumber  and  fitter,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Charleston,  S.  C.,  July  27,  1917. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Appendicitis  and  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  M.  Walker,  1832  Pearl  Street,  Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

GiROis7DA,  GIOVANNI,  mess  attendant,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Navy  yard,  Boston,  Mass.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  January  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :    Dominick  Gironda,  Messina,  Italy. 

GIVENS,  SAMUEL  FITZMATJRICE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Naval  Home,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  2,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  April  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Consolidation  at  base  of  both  lungs. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Sally  E.  Givens,  2013  North  Broad  Street,'  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
GJERTSEN,  BENJAMIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Perry,  November  13,  1917. 

Cause:  Fell  overboard  and  drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Knudt  Gjertsen,  4310  Drake  Avenue,  Chicago,  111. 
GLANDER,  Louis  ARTHUR  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Anna  C.  Glander,  258  Wahconah  Street,  Pittsfield,  Mass. 
GLASCOCK,  WILLIAM  MAHONE,  carpenter's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October,  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abner  L.  Glascock,  Millwood,  Va. 


308 

GLAU,  JOSEPH  HARRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  June  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Tlo^a  Glau,  510  East  Yampa  Street,  Colorado  Springs, 

Colo. 
GLEASON,  ARTHUR  HENRY,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Marion  A.  Gleason,  271  Sixth  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
GLEICH,  RICHARD  NORMAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  April  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Cuyama,  December  11,  1917. 

Cause :  Fell  from  foremast. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jacob  Gleich,  558  City  Park  Avenue,  Columbus,  Ohio. 
GLENNON,  JOHN,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Annapolis,  Md.,  February  6,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  foundered. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Elizabeth  Cope,  345  Rivington  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
GLENNON,  PERCY  VICTOR,  electrician,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Benton  Harbor,  Mich.,  February  17,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  March  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Aaron  J.  Glennon,  841  Odgen  Avenue,  Benton  Harbor,  Mich. 
GLOVER,  GEORGE  CREECY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy    (general  court-martial 
prisoner). 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  24,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  25, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cecelia  Glover,  124  One  hundred  and  twenty-seventh 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
GLOWKA,  ANTHONY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia.  Pa.,  April  20,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14, 1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Steven  Glowka,  2919  Belfrade  Street,  Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
GLYNN,  JOHN  JOSEPH,  -yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  June  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  P.  Glynn,  210  Eleventh  Street,  Cairo,  111. 
GLYNN,  JOHN  MATHEW,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  wiien  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Ellen  Hoeck,  2119  Scott  Street,  Davenport,  Iowa. 


309 

GOBELET,  OBED  DUBART,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Golda  G.  Gobelet,  407  Long  Street,  Jackson,  Tenn. 
GODDUHN,  AKNOLD  WALTER,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  18,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  George  A.  Godduhn,  Kaplan  and  DeGraw  Avenues, 

Jamaica,  N.  Y. 
GODSHALL,  FEED,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  7,  1917. 

Died:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Adda  Godshall,  4646  Hazel  Avenue,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
GODWIN,  HENRY  CURTIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hopsital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  James  H.  Godwin,  Ozark,  Ala. 

GOEHMANN,  CLARENCE  A.,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  Limon  Hospital,  Puerto  Limon,  March  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Katherine  Goehmann,  513  East  Sixth  Street,  Erie,  Pa. 
GOERZ,  FREDERICK  CHARLES,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  6,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Casco,  October  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Otto  Goerz,  3505  Broadway,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
GOETTING,  ROBERT  CARL,  landsman  for  electrician  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  August  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lilly  Revell  Goetting,  Buena  Vista,  Ga. 
GOETZ,  CARL,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  October  14,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Pentucket,  December  30,  1917. 

Cause:  Fell  overboard  and  was  drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  Goetz,  24  Lindhurst  Street,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 
GOETZ,  Louis,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  January  19,  1915. 

Died :  Steamship  Florence  H.,  April  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Explosion  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  WTife,  Emma  T.  Goetz,  9  Beverly  Road,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
GOFF,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER,  oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  18,  1915. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Brooklyn,  September  2,  1917. 
Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Son  and  daughter,  William  M.  GofE  and  Margruett  E.  Goff, 
Nashville,  Tenn. 


310 

GOGGINS,  JAMES  LAWBENCE,  landsman  for  quartermaster    (A.),  United  States 

Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  Haven,  Conn.,  April  5,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  air  station,  Porto  Corsino,  Italy,  August  11,  1918. 
Cause:  Killed  in  seaplane  accident. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  John  Joseph  Goggins,  9  Cottage  Street,  New  Haven, 

Conn. 

<JOING,  FRED  MALLOY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  23,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  28,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  L.  Going,  Dennis,  Okla. 
GOINS,  MILTON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  December  31,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  6,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Eugenia  Goins,  Lawrenceburg,  Tenn. 
GOLDEN,  PATRICK  BERNARD,  chief  master  at  arms,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  November  28,  1913. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  November  10,  1917. 
Cause:  Suicide. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Mitchell  J.  Golden,  43  West  Street,  Fitchburg,  Mass. 
GOLDING,  FREDERICK  BURKNER,  storekeeper,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  February  23,  1915. 
Died:  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 
Cause:  On  boarding  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Robert  Golding,  Silver  City,  N.  Mex. 
GOLDKLANG,  JACK  DANIEL,  landsman  for  electrician  (G.)>  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  9,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  Maurice  Goldklang, -264  Vernon  Avenue,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 

GOLDMAN,  PHILIP,  quartermaster,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  August  4,  1917. 
Died :  Off  coast  of  Belgium,  July  7,  1918. 
Cause:  Drowned. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Julius  Goldman,  234  East  One  hundred  and  sixteenth 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

GOLDSTEIN,  ARTHUR,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  April  8,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  24,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Goldie  L.  Goldstein,  183  Thurber  Avenue,  Providence 

R.  I. 

GOLDSTEIN,  NATHAN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  12,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  L,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  Mayer  Goldstein,  42  Washington  Avenue,  Pleasantville, 

N.  Y. 


311 

GOLDSTEIN,  SAMUEL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Yetta  Goldstein,  641  Jackson  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
GOLDSTINE,  MORRIS  Louis,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Abe  Goldstine,  1338  South  Springfield  Avenue,  Chicago, 

111. 
GOLDSTOFF,  JACOB,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  training  camp,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Sarah  Goldstoff,  187  Manhattan  Avenue,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
GOLDTHWAITE,  EDWARD,  seaman,  signalman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  Steamship  Dwinsk,  June  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  boat  was  torpedoed  and  sunk. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Margaret  Golthwaite,  Jeffrys  Court,  Manchester,  Mass. 
GOLDWATER,  SAMUEL  BARCLAY,  chief  electrician  (R.),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  18,  1915. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Hulda  G.  Black,  2260  Eighty-third  Street,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
GOLLE,  WILLIAM  JOHN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  October  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Julius  Golle,  118  South  Twenty-fourth  Street,  Camden, 

N.  J. 
GOLPHIN,  EUGENE  PRINCE,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  19,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Manchuria,  May  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Ellen  Golphin,  1539  South  Nineteenth  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
GONZALES,  QUINTIN  Z.,  musician,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Santo  Domingo  City,  Dominican  Republic,  August  11,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Texas,  November  23,  1917. 

Cause:  Myocarditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Dicenta  de  Lara,  143  L  Jaena  Street,  Carridaa,  Philip- 
pine Islands. 
GOOD,  JOHN  STEWART,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  June  18,  1918. 

Died :  New  Orleans,  La.,  November  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Accidentally  drowned  in  Mississippi  River. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Annie  L,  Good,  Hotel  Good,  Morristown,  Tenn. 


312 

GOODE,  LORNE  ALEXANDER,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  August  6,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Tjisenbang,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bertha  Eldredge,  San  Antonio,  Tex. 

GOODING,   JAMES  WOLCOTT,   apprentice  seaman,  United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Grace  K.  Gooding,  Millersburg,  Pa. 
GOODMAN,  CLAYTON  MARSELLE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  March  7,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jessie  Wright,  Hancock  Street,  Rockford,  111. 
GOODMAN,  VICTOR  SHERMAN,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  At  home,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  J.  Goodman,  18  Spring  Garden  Street,  Paw- 
tucket,  R.  I. 
GOODRICH,  CHARLES  A.,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  November  24,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  J.  M.  Goodrich,  Ottawa,  Kans. 
GOODROW,  WILLIS  MARTIN,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  22,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Roican,  January  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  explosion  on  board  ship. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Joseph  Goodrow,  287  Ellsworth  Street,  Bridgeport, 

Conn. 

GOODSON,  JOHN  LATHAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Pedro,  Calif.,  August  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  gunshot  wound. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  1111  West  Adams  Street,  Phoenix,  Ariz. 
GOODSPEED,  JAMES  PEARSON,  chief  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  C.,  June  12,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Meningitis,  cerebrospinal. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Jane  P.  Goodspeed,  344  West  Seventy-second  Street, 

New  York,  N.  Y. 

GOODWIN;  KENNETH  MADDOCKS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Johnstown,  Pa.,  July  4,  1918. 

Died :  Cambria  Hospital,  Johnstown,  Pa.s  September  2, 1918. 

Cause :  Killed  in  railroad  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  P.  Goodwin,  115  South  Walnut  Street,  Blairs- 
ville,  Pa. 


313 

GOONAN,  JAMES,  chief  gunners'  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  July  25,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  F-l,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause :  Drowned  at  sea. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.  Minnie  McClain,  735  Atlantic  Avenue,  Lima, 

Ohio. 

GORDHAMER,  FRANCIS  MARIAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  6,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sigrig  Gordhamer,  Kerkhoven,  Minn. 
GORDON,   EDWARD  CARL,   seaman,   second   class.   United   States  Naval   Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  June  21,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Syphilis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Gordon,  3948  Clay  Street,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
GORDON,  EDWARD  LEROY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Bellingham,  Wash.,  July  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Seattle,  Wash.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Juanita  Gordon,  Sedro-Wooley,  Wash. 

GORDON,  GEORGE  ALLEN,  seaman,   second   class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  W.  Gordon,  Cross  Plains,  Ind. 
GORDON,  GRANT  WILSON,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate    (A),  United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich,,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Scarlet  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  E.  Gordon,  Courtisville,  Mich. 

GORDON,  JAMES  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Williamsport,  Pa.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  O'Hara  Gordon,  Locust  Gap,  Pa. 
GORDON,  RAYMOND  LYDANE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Elmer  E.  Gordon,  115  E  Street  SE.,  Washington,  D.  C. 
GORDON,  WILLIAM  REIF,  mess  attendant,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  22,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Amelia  Gordon,  2835  Pratt  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 


314 

GOB-MAN,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  South  Carolina,  February  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Peter  J.  Gorman,  59  Grand  Street,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 
GOBMAN,   LOYD   JEFFEBSON,   seaman,   second   class,   United    States   Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Endocarditis,  chronic. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Thomas  J.  Gorman,  39  West  One  hundred  and  twenty- 
ninth  Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
GOBNY,  JOHN  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  36,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.   Stanislowa  Gorny,  354  Lovejoy  Street,  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. 

GOBTON,  HOBABT,  carpenter's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  11,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Laurantine  Gorton,  box  56,  Jim  Falls,  Wis., 
Goss,  JOSEPH  OTTO,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  22,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Goss,  1134  Mulberry  Street,  Louisville,  Ky. 
GOTTLIEB,  IKE  HAHN,  chief  machinist's  mate,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  13,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rebecca  H.  Gottlieb,  Baton  Rouge,  La. 
GOUGH,  EARNEST  MABVIN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  November  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  9,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Elsie  J.  Gough,  Gladys,  Va. 
GOULD,  ELLIS  ELLIACE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Margaret  T.  Gould,  Park  Lane,  Mich. 
GOULD,  RAY  EMET,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  August  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Gould,  609  First  Street,  Merrill,  Wis. 


315 

-GOULD,  WALTER  JAY,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  24,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  base  hospital,  Brest,  France,  March  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  Gould,  Boulder,  Colo. 
•GOUVEIA,  MANUEL,  Jr.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Pearl  Harbor,  Hawaii,  April  28,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Sclmrz,  June  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  collision. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Manuel  Gouveia,  Honolulu,  Hawaii. 
•GovE,  HAROLD  FREDERICK,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  May  18,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Pensacola,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Archie  O.  Gove,  Mount  Sunapee,  N.  H. 
GOVE,  WILLIAM  FRANKLIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  August  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  A.  Gove,  4440  Genesee  Street,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
•GOZZETT,  EDWARD  RAY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
\    Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Alcedo,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  J.  Gozzett,  100  Van  Deventer  Avenue,  Astoria, 

Long  Island,  N.  Y. 
•GBACE,  JOHN  MICHAEL,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  11,  1918. 

Canse:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  J.  Grace,  150  Smith  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
GBACE,  THEODORE  NICHOLIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  24.  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Thomas  R.  Grace,  85  West  Fifth  Street,  Dunkirk, 

N.  Y. 
GBACE,  WILLIAM  RICHARD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  Grace,  217  Fulton  Street,  Union  Hill,  N.  J. 
GBADDY,  CLIVE  DEWY,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lillie  Graddy,  Bartow,  Fla. 
GBADEN,  JAMES  WALLACE,  apprentice  seaman.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  July  30,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lillie  Graden,  route  2,  Bridgewater,  Iowa, 


316 

GBADNITZER,  RUDOLPH  E.,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  30,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Gradnitzer,  9  Elliott  Street,  Easthampton,  Mass. 
GRADY,  JOSEPH  ALOYSIUS,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Pauillac,  France,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :  Dilation,  acute  cardiac. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Michael  J.  Grady,  1053  Oehler  Street,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
GRADY,  JOSEPH  FRANCIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  April  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Grady,  R.  F.  D.  33,  Union  Springs,  N.  Y. 
GRAEF,  GAEL  RUDOLPH,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Erie,  Pa.,  May  29,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  Graef,  2906  Myrtle  Street,  Erie,  Pa. 
GRAFF,  CARL  FRED,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  May  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  Graff,  5342  South  Aberdeen  Street,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 
GRAFF,  EDWIN  WALTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  30,  1918.      . 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  L.  Graff,  239  Lancaster  Avenue,  Lancaster,  Pa 
GRAFF,  PETER,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  8,  1916. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  N.  Y.,  July  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Hemorrhage. 

Next  of  kin:   Mother,  Carolina  Graff,  114  Kingsland  Avenue,  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 
GRAFIUS,  EUGENE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Williamsport,  Pa.,  May  15,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Van  Grafius,  Montoursville,  Pa. 
GRAGG,  ERNEST  H.,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  February  20,  1917. 

Died:  S.  S.  Rochester,  November  3,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  U  boat. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Geng  Gragg,  515  Gragg  Street,  Corpus  Christ! ,  Tex, 
GRAHAM,  EARL  RANSOM,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hattie  Milner,  Baraboo,  Wis. 


317 

GRAHAM,  ELLIOTT  ESMOND,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  July  18,  1918. 
Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  20,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  E.  Graham,  R.  1,  Manchester,  Iowa. 
GKAHAM,  GERALD  GEORGE,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  May  3,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 
Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  F.  Graham,  376  LaFayette  Place,  Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
GRAHAM,  GUY  WARREN,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  27,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  8,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  May  Graham,  Millington,  Mich. 
GEAHAM,  HARRY,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  January  26,  1916. 
Died:  U.  S.  S.  George  Washington,  January  3,  1918. 
Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Edward  Graham,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 

GRAHAM,  JACK  DAVIS,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  Meridian,  Miss.,  June  12,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Thomas  M.  Graham,  R.  F.  D.  2,  box  38,  Chunky,  Miss. 
GRAHAM,    JOSEPH    BENSON,    quartermaster,    first   class,    United    States   Naval 

Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Newport,  R.  I.,  April  28,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Muscatine,  August  20,  1918. 
Cause:  Meningitis. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  T.  Graham,  30  East  Forty-second  Street,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 
GRAHAM,  JOSEPH   WILSON,   apprentice   seaman,   United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Catherine  L.  Graham,  2928  Petty  Street,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
GRAHAM,  ROSCOE  WOODERD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted:  Denver,  Colo.,  May  17,  1918. 

%  Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  October  9,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Fay  M.  Graham,  2715  California  Street,  Denver,  Colo. 
GRAHAM,  WALTER  RILEY,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted:  Roanoke,  Va.,  June  18,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  29,  1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  J.  Graham,  Lucasville,  Ohio. 


318 

GBAHAM,  WILLIAM  CURTIS,  pharmacist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy* 

Enlisted:  Jackson,  Miss.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died:  In  France,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  C.  Graham,  R.  F.  D.  7,  Quitman,  Miss. 
GBAHS,  HARRY  ADAMS,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  November  4,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Matilda  H.  Grahs,  1728  North  Street,  Logansport,  Ind 
GRAINGER,  WALTER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Montgomery,  Ala.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Prometheus,  July  18,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  F.  Grainger,  box  89,  R.  6,  Birmingham,  Ala. 
GRANDER,  FREDERICK  RUSSELL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Grander,  455  Church  Street,  Royersford,  Pa. 
GBANDKOWSKI,  ALE  DAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June  25,  1918. 

Died:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Anton  Grandkowski,  Grand  Rapids,  Wis. 
GRANGER,  EDWIN  STEWART,  yeoman,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Richmond,  Va.,  April  8,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:   Mother,  Emily  Granger,  309  North  Meadow   Street,  Rich- 
mond, Va. 

GRANNIS,  JAMES  KID  WELL,  fireman,  second  class.  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Naval  Base,  Va.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Kate  Grannis,  R.  F.  D.  5,  Fayetteville,  N.  C. 
GRANTHAM,  JAMES  HOWELL,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy, 

Enlisted :  Jackson,  Miss.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died :  In  France,  November  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  F.  Grantham,  Lucedale,  Miss. 
GRANTHAM,  JOHN  LIKENS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. . 

Enlisted :  Oklahoma  City,  Okla.,  May  7,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Garry  L.  Grantham,  Indiahoma,  Okla. 


319 

GRANTZ,  EMIL  CARL,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  July  20,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause: Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Grantz,  Daggett,  Mich. 
GRAUMAN,  JULIUS  ERNEST,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York.  N.  Y.,  December  28,  1914. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  Grauman,  Asbury,  N.  J. 
GRAVES,  CHARLES  GARNETT,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  July  16.  1915. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  Graves,  Carrollton,  111. 

GRAVES,  CHARLES  JOSEPH,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  13.  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Graves,  53  Clay  Street,  Worcester,  Mass. 
GRAVES,  CLARENCE  MARTIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  30.  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Harriet  Graves,  route  2,  Bay  Port,  Mich. 
GRAVES,  EDGAR  EARL,  seaman,  second  class.  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  February  26,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Robert  E.  Graves,  box  13,  Abbott,  Ark. 
GRAVES,  HENRY  HUGH,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Jackson,  Miss.,  January  12,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  K.  Graves,  222  Minerva  Street,  Jackson,  Miss. 
GRAVES,  MICHAEL  CHARLES,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  26,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,   Orlando  C.   Graves,   526   South   Vine   Street,    Sey- 
mour, Ind. 
GRAVES,  RUSSELL  CHESTER,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  21,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Irene  K.  Graves,  Bay  Port,  Mich. 
GRAY,  ARCHIBALD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Archibald  Gray,  645  West  One  hundred  seventy-first 
Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 


320 

GBAY,  LAWRENCE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  July  20,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  15,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  A.  Gray,  818  D  Street,  Marysville,  Calif. 
GBAY,  OTTO  BENTON,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  May  26,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  March  10  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Dora  Gray,  Marva,  111. 
GRAY,  PETER  JOSEPH,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  January  7,  1916. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Mrs.  Mary  W.  Bowers,  85  Whittenton  Street,  Taunton, 

Mass. 
GRAY,  RICHARD  JAMES,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Chicago,  111.,  July  29,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Frances  'Gray,  1324  North  Crawford  Avenue,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 
GRAY,  WALTER  S.,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  16,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mrs.  Walter  Gray,  418  Thirty-first  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 
GREASLEY,  MAKK  WINFIELD,  boatswain's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted  :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  5,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Baltimore,  May  22,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Edrnond  Greasley,  1518  Page  Street,  Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
GREATHOUSE,  LLOYD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  April  2,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nettie  Greathouse,  R.  F.  D.  1,  Oakland,  Ky. 
GREEN,  BENJAMIN,  ship's  cook,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Cherokee,  February  26,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  when  vessel  was  foundered. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Charles  Green,  219  Sands  Street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
GREEN,  CARL  E.,  blacksmith,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  July  12,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause,  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Clarica  G.  Brunson,  Woodcross,  Utah. 
GREEN,  CLIFTON  PARSONS,  landsman  for  quartermaster,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  July  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Frances  P.  Green,  16  Auburn  Street,  Waltham,  Mass. 


321 

GREEN,  FLEM,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Washington,  D.  O.,  April  13,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.,  October  22,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza  and  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Clem  Green,  Hurt,  Va. 
GEEEN,  GUSTAF  OSCAR,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  May  21,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  battle  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Amanda   Green,   254   Girard  Avenue,   Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

GREEN,  HENEY  EUGENE,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  .Tune  24,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Sister,  Lassie  G.  Deweese,  Emberton,  Ky. 

GEEEN,   LAWEENCE  ASA,   seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  June  3,  1918. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  -kin :  Mother,  Ethel  M.  Green,  2100  South  First  West,  Salt  Lake 

City,  Utah. 
GEEENBEEG,  SIMON,  electrician,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  19,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  F-l,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause:  Drowned  at  sea. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sophia  Greenberg,  358  Cypress  Avenue,  Bronx,  N.  Y. 
GEEENE,  CLIFTON  EUGENE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Dalles,  Tex.,  July  10,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Brooklyn,  March  20,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Charles  Greene,  Mount  Calm,  Tex. 
GEEENE,  DAVID  HAEEIS,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  August  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Charleston,  S.  C.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Lyda  J.  Greene,  822  Eleventh  Street,  Augusta,  Ga. 
GEEENE,  GEOEGE  LEONARD,  quartermaster,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died:  Kingston  Hospital,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Bertha  W.  Greene,  South  Brewer,  Me. 
GEEENE,  WALTER  MAUEICE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  January  7,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lillie  H.  Greene,  Ratcliff,  Tex. 
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GEEENGRASS,   RAYMOND,   seaman,   second  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  September  13,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin  :  Father,  Earl  Greengrass,  Addison,  Ky. 

GEEENWELL,  GEORGE  HOBE,  painter,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  25,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Sister,  Josephine  Burnett,  1316  Preston   Street,  Louisville, 

Ky. 
GREEE,  AUSTIN  CHARLES,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  April  9,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Warden,  January  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Nephritis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Austin   Greer,  Woodside  Avenue,  Elmhurst,  Long 

Island,  N.  Y. 

GREGORY,  EDWARD  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  17, 1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Mabel  S.  Gregory,  Alton,  Kans. 

GREGORY,  JAMES  RICHARD,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died:  Machias,  Me.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Annie  E.  Gregory,  1761  Washington  Street,  Boston, 

Mass. 
GREGORY,  SCHTJYLER,  coppersmith,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  March  30,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin:  Wife,  Alma  Gregory,  185^  Eighth  Avenue  North,  Nashville, 

Tenn. 
GEEIG,  WILLIAM  BRIEN,  landsman  for  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  June  9,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sarah  T.  Greig,  641  Cookman  Avenue,  Asbury  Park, 

N.  J. 

GBESHAM,  PAUL  EDWIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  10,  1918. 

Died :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Louise  B.  Gresham,  R.  F.  D.  4,  Hartville,  Mo. 


323 

GBIDEK,  ROY  ULBICK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  December  9,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Lakemoor,  April  11,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed  by  U-boat. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  B.  Grider,  Bridgeport,  Ala. 
GEIEP,  BEETENS  AUGUST,  chief  boatswain's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  7,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mathilda  Griep,  2348  Roscoe  Street,  Chicago,  111. 
GEIFFIN,  EDWAED  LENWOOD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Westover,  July  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  when  ship  was  torpedoed  and  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Rosa  Griffin,  Fowler,  Calif. 
GEIFFIN,  GEOKGE  ALEX,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  January  4,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  February  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Tuberculosis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  W.  A.  Griffin,  Marietta,  Tex. 
GEIFFIN,  HOWAED  JAMES,  yeoman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  March  28,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  October  2,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Ellen  C.  Griffin,  701  McMillan  Street,  Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

GEIFFIN,  JAMES  LAWBENCE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Cleveland,  Ohio,  July  11,  1918. 

Died :  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Griffin,  113  Washington  Avenue,  Niles,  Ohio. 
GBIFFTN,  JEBEMIAH,  ship's  cook,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital  Hampton  Roads,  Va.,  August  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Nephritis. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Marie  Griffin,  355  East  Bute  Street,  Norfolk,  Va. 
GEIFFIN,  LEANDEE  CLIFTON,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  20,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Daniel  Griffin,  Lafourche,  La. 
GEIFFIN,  OSCAE  LEE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  December  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  January  14,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  G.  E.  Griffin,  Montalba,  Tex. 

GEIFFITH,  DAVID  BEUCE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  San  Diego,  Calif.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  November  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ernestine  R.  Griffith,  R.  D.  2,  Tucson,  Ariz. 


324 

GRIFFITH,  MARK  AMOS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  April  2,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Utah,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Martha  Burlison,  Route  1,  Olustee,  Okla. 
GRIFITH,  ROBERT  RIDGLEY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Washington,  D.  C.,  February  27,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Kansas,  February  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Elizabeth  A.  Grifith,  916  Fifth  Street  SE.,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C. 
GRISGBY,  EARL,  gunner's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  May  7,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause:  On  board  missing  ship. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Amanda  Grigsby,  New  Palestine,  Ind. 
GRIGSBY,  MEBANE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Nashville,  Tenn.,  July  30,  1918. 

Died:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  October  10,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Jim  O.  Grigsby,  R.  2,  Thompson  Station,  Tenn. 
GRILLO,  JIMMY  MIKE,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  April  27,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Atrophy  of  liver,  acute,  yellow. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Grace  Grillo,  P.  O.  Box  284,  Pittsburg,  Calif. 
GRIMES,  FRANCIS,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  12,  1916. 

Died :  Steamship  Paicnee,  April  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Accidental  shooting. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Grimes,  Rood  House,  111. 

GRIMM,  HERMAN  CHARLES,  electrician  third  class    (G),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newark,  N.  J.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  October  12,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next   of   kin:  Father,   Herman   Grimm,   123  Nineteenth   Avenue,   Irving- 
ton,  N.  J. 
GRINNELL,  CLIFTON  STEPHENS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  July  20,  1915. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Jacob  Jones,  December  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action  with  enemy  submarine. 

Next   of   kin:    Father,   George   B.    Grinnell,   192    Fountain    Street,    Paw- 
tucket,  R.  I. 
GRISAK,  MARTIN  JOHN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  May  5,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Von  Steuoen,  April  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Blood  poisoning. 

Next  of  kin:  Anna  Mary  Grisak,  Dubois,  Pa. 
GRISWOLD,  WILLIAM  HENRY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Na-vy. 

Enlisted:  New  Haven,  Conn.,  May  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  10,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  Griswold,  Southold,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 


325 

GRIZZELL,  WADE  CLEAVA,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  6,  1918. 

Cause:  Septicemia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Victoria  Grizzell,  Vickery,  Tex. 

GKOAT,    JOHN    ELLEEY,    seaman,    second   class,    United    States   Naval    Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  March  15,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  Groat,  37  Guy  Park  Avenue,  Amsterdam,  N.  Y. 
GBOBENGIESEE,  FRANK  JOHN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  13,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  August  Val  Grobengieser,  Altamont,  111. 
GBOFF,  IEVIN  WALTER,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  July  30,  1918. 

Died :  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  7,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  L.  Groff,  239  Lancaster  Avenue,  Lancaster,  Pa. 
GROH,  HEEBERT  ELMER,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  May  9,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  air  station,  Cape  May,  N.  J.,  October  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  at  sea  in  a  seaplane. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Margaret  A.  Groh,  Pasadena,  Md. 

GROMBACHEE,  EDWAED  ASHEE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  submarine  chaser  No.  215,  October  21,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Caroline  M.  Grombacher,  28  Bloomfield  Avenue,  Pas- 

saic,    N.    J. 

GEOOMS,  GORDON  PERCY,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Charleston,  S.  C.,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  League  Island,  Pa.,  February  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Infaret  of  lung. 

Next  of  kin :  Uncle,  Robert  Grooms,  167  Cummings  Street,  Charleston,  S.  C. 
GEOSBOLL,  HARRY  PAUL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  May  27,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Comfort,  October  14,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Peter  P.  Grosboll,  Petersburg,  111. 
GROSS,  ALFRED  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Baltimore,  Md.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :    Pneumonia,   broncho. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  William  O.  Gross,  1181  Cleveland  Street,  Baltimore, 
Md. 


326 

GBOSS.  FRANK  ANTHONY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Anthony  F.  Gross,  114  Dodge  Street,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
GROTE,  EDWARD  AUGUST,  landsman  for  electrician  (R),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Peoria,  111.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  20,  1918. 

Cause :   Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Fred  H.  W.  Grote,  1400  West  Fourth  Street,  Sedalia, 

Mo. 
GROUNDS,  GEORGE  LESTER,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  April  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :    Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Aunt,  Mrs.  Martha  E.  Carr,  Pimento,  Ind. 
GROVER,  FRANK  BELL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  December  19,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  27,  1918. 

Cause:  Endocarditis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Sadie  Grover,  Spokane,  Wash. 
GROVER,  LEO  WILLIAM,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  November  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Peter  Grover,  32  Watts  Street,  Maiden,  Mass. 
GROVES,  BENJAMIN  H.,  chief  gunner's  mate,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  November  3,  1915. 

Died:  Steamship  Nyanza,  April  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Result  of  explosion  of  shell. 

Next  to  kin :  Father,  David  Groves,  199  Dean  Street,  New  Bedford,  Mass. 
GROVES,   GORDON  JAMES,  seaman,   second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  17,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  submarine  chaser  No.  209,  August  27,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  when  submarine  chaser  No.  209  was  fired  upon  by  mistake. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Joanna  Hynson,  421  Queen  Street,  Alexandria,  Va. 
GROVES,  ROBERT  PETTUS,  yeoman,  third   class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Charleston,  S.  C.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadalphia,  Pa.,  October  5,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  Watkins  M.  Vaughn,  190  Queens  Street,  Charleston, 

S.  C. 
GROW,  GERALD  BRANCH,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  17,  1917. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  27,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lou  Grow,  Colquitt,  Ga. 
GROZIER,  EDGAR  SNOW,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  May  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Georgia,  December  9,  3917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  F.  Grozier,  North  Truso,  Mass. 


327 

GBUBB,  RICHARD  URIAH,  pharmacist's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  May  4,  1917. 

Died:  In  France,  July  20,  1918. 

Cause:  Killed  in  action. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Elizabeth  Grubb,  2309  San  Jose  Avenue,  Alameda, 

Calif. 

GBUDOWSKI,  STANLEY  ANTON,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  July  24,  1918. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next   of   kin:    Mother,    Josephine   Grudowski,   2227   North   Robey    Street, 

Chicago,  111. 
GRUMAN,  WILLIAM,  fireman,  first  class  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Marinette,  Wis.,  May  6,  1916. 

Died :  Base  No.  20  Military  Hospital,  Bayonne,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Adolph  Gruman,  1817  Tenth  Street,  Marinette,  Wis. 
GUANGA,  EMILIO,  pharmacist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Olongapo,  P.  I.,  December  14,  1914. 

Died :  Olongapo,  P.  L,  October  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Celestina  K.  Guanga,  202  Harris  Street,  Olongapo,  P.  I. 
GUARIN,  JOSEPH  ARTHUR,  landsman  for  electrician,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  March  9,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  June  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Guarin,  Cascade,  N.  H. 
GUARNIERI,  JOHN  SALVADOR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  August  1,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Natalina  Guarnieri,   120  Harmon   Street,  Warren, 

Ohio. 
GTJBLER,  HENRY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  July  19,  1918. 

Died :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  16, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Minnie  Gubler,  R.  R.  3,  Bethany,  Conn. 
GUERIN,  IVAN  HUGH,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  June  4,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Pedro,  Calif.,  November  9,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  M.  Guerin,  2216  East  Second  Street,  Los  Angeles, 
Calif. 

GUERNSEY,  FLOYD  HA  WES,  landsman  for  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  July  22,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lallia  Guernsey,  general  delivery,  Madison,  Ind. 


328 

GUEST,  FKANK  JOSEPH,  seaman,   second  class,   United   States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  July  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Guest,  144  Vincennes  Street,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
GUISINGER,  AUSTIN  P.,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  June  4,  1918. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Kroonland,  September  11, 1918. 
Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 
Next  of  kin:  Sister,   Frances   M.   Guisinger,  104  West   Columbia   Street, 

Springfield,  Ohio. 

GUITEBMAN,  HENRY  ROSENWALD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Pelham  Bay  Park,  N.  Y.,  August  8,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111..  October  4, 1918. 
Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 
Next  of  kin:  Father,  Milton  G.  Guiterman,  58  Central  Park  west,  New 

York,  N.  Y. 

GUJTL,  QUIRICO  GORDONCILLO,  cabin  cook,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Staten  Island,  N.  Y.,  December  21,  1917. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  18,  1918. 
Cause :  Valvular  disease,  chronic  cardiac. 
Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Sopronio  Gujil,  Jaro  Iloilo,  Panay,  P.  I. 
GULTIANO,  EUSTAQUIO,  mess  attendant,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  Cavite,  P.  I.,  February  14,  1916. 
Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  11,  1918. 
,    Cause:  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Reymoundo  Gultiano,  Anda  Bohol,  P.  I. 
GUNDERSON,  CHARLES  GEORGE,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N.  Y.,  May  15,  1917. 
Died :  Steamship  Florence  H.,  April  17,  1918. 
Cause :  Killed  in  an  explosion  on  board  ship. 
Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Susan  Merrilus,  77  West  One  hundred  and  second 

Street,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
GUNDERMAN,  GEORGE  CHARLES,  Jr.,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States 

Naval  Reserve  Force. 
Enlisted :  New  York,  N,  Y.,  June  22,  1917. 
Died :  U.  S.  submarine  chaser  No.  209,  August  27,  1918. 
Cause :  Killed  when  submarine  chaser  No.  209  was  fired  upon  by  mistake. 
Next  of  kin :  Father,  George  Gunderman,  2246  Eighty-second  Street,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 
GUNN,  BENJAMIN  HARVEY,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 

Force. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  July  24,  1918. 
Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  27,  1918. 
Cause:  Influenza. 
Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ethel  W.  Gunn,  624  Cleveland  Avenue,  Wichita,  Kans. 


329 

GUNN,  GENEVIEVE  ALICE,  landsman  for  yeoman  (F),  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  New  London,  Conn.,  September  16,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  October  3,  1918. 

Cause :  Broncho-pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Catherine  Gunn,  99  Connecticut  Boulevard,  East  Hart- 
ford, Conn. 
GUNNISON,  HAKBY  F.,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  July  2,  1917. 

Died :  Receiving  ship  at  New  York,  March  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Sophia  Gunnison,  Aurora,  Nebr. 
GUNTER,  HUGH  WILEY,  chief  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  September  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  July  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Multiple  injuries. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Samuel  Gunter,  Gassaway,  Tenn. 
GTJNTSCH,  CAESAR  OSWALD,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  16,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  February  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Fracture  of  left  tebia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Anna  Pomeranka,  Oak  Harbor,  Ohio. 
GURNET,  KENNETH  BRUCE,  landsman  for  electrician  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Providence,  R.  I.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  March  11,  1918. 

Cause:  Diphtheria. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Gurney,  South  Street,  Marion,  Mass. 
GUSTAFSON,  ERNEST  WALDAMER,  gunner's  mate,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  December  3,  1917. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Carolina  Gustafson,  230  South  Quaker  Lane,  West 

Hartford,  Conn. 

GUSTAFSON,  MELSOR  EUGENE,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Great  Lakes,  111.,  May  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Gustafson,  231  West  One  hundred  and  ninth 

Place,  Chicago,  111. 
GUTSKA,  JOHN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  December  6,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  March  12,  1918. 

Cause:  Appendicitis,  acute. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mrs.  Ida  Gutska,  99  Valley  Street,  Bristol,  Conn. 
GUTTRIDGE,  ALGEN  HYSLE,  machinist's  mate,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Pnget  Sound,  Wash.,  November  30,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  H.  Guttridge,  Cullison,  Kans. 


330 

GWIN,  RALPH  COLLINS,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Henry  Gwin,  Edgerton,  Mo. 
HAAEHAUS,  EDWIN  FRED,  landsman  for  quartermaster  (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  May  18,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lena  Haarhaus,  2119  Chippewa  Street,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
HABAR,  HENRY  FRANCIS,  engineman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital  No.  5,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Frank  Habar,  453  Forty-eighth  street,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
HABERLEIN,  HARRY  Louis,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  April  30,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause:  Lost  his  life  when  vessel  was  torpedoed. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Haberlein,  Allison  Park,  Allegheny  County,  Pa. 
HACKENBURG,  ALBERT  RAY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  February  15,  1918. 

Died :  At  home,  March  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Acute  alcoholism. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Jessie  Hackenburg,  Millmont,  Pa. 
HACKETT,  ROGER,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  December  6,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Nopatin,  August  7,  1918. 

Cause:  Burns. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mrs.   Barbara  Hackett,  28  Academy   Street,  New 

Haven,  Conn. 
HACKNEY,  JOE,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  May  8,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  February  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ella  Hackney,  Bluff  City,  Ark. 

HADDAD,  MICHAEL  SAID,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  Bumkin  Island,  Mass.,  February  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin:  Friend,  Mary  McLaughlin,  34  West  Walnut  Park,  Roxbury, 

Mass. 

HADLEY,  HARVEY  LOCKARDS,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted:  Portland,  Oreg.,  December  7,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  camp,  San  Diego,  Calif.,  April  8,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lizzie  Hadley,  Sheridan,  Oreg. 


331 

HADLOCK,  OSCAE  CHAPLIN,  electrician,  third  class  (G),  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  February  16,  1914. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Allen,  May  9,  1917. 

Cause :  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  William  Hadlock,  Yarmouthville,  Me. 
HAFFEY,  JAMES  HIRAM,  hospital  apprentice,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  18,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mercy,  March  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lula  Haffey,  Cape  Horn,  Wash. 

HAGEN,  GEOEGE  WASHINGTON,  yeoman,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  May  13,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lena  Laura  Hagen,  route  1,  Glencoe,  Minn. 
HAGEN,  JOHN  WILLIAM,  chief  yeoman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Home,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Mary  A.  Hagen,  26  Savin  Hill  Avenue,  Dorchester, 

Mass. 
HAGER,  EDWARD  CORNELIUS,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Duluth,  Minn.,  August  20,  1917. 

Died :  Base  Hospital  No.  5,  Brest,  France,  September  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Died  from  shock. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Andrew  Hager,  814  Third  Avenue  East,  Duluth,  Minn. 
HAGEE,  GEORGE  BRANSCOMB,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  June  27,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  when  vessel  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Brother,  Ernest  Lamar  Hager,  44  North  Dunlap  Street,  Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

HAGINS,  JOHN  DALPHARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Millie  Hulton  Hagins,  Lamar,  Mo. 
HAHN,  ARTHUR  ANTHONY,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  La  Crosse,  Wis.,  July  2,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Prairie,  April  29,  1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joseph  Hahn,  600  Mill  Street,  La  Crosse,  Wis. 
HAIGHT,  CARL  JASPER,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Detroit,  Mich.,  May  25,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Hisko,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Libbie  Almira  Haight,  Barryton,  Mich. 
HAIGHT,  LLOYD  BURT,  baker,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  June  25,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  President  Lincoln,  May  31,  1918. 

Cause:  Result  of  destruction  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Margaret  Haight,  Trenton,  Utah. 


332 

HAIN,  STANLEY  ELLWOOD,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  December  14,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  February  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Charles  B.  Hain,  Blair,  Nebr. 
HAINES,  ALEXANDER,  baker,  first  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  Boston,  Mass.,  December  12,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  A.  C.  T.  Ticonderoga,  September  30,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  in  sinking  of  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Ina  J.  Haines,  121  Plymouth  Road,  Maiden,  Mass. 
HAINES,  CHARLES  WALLACE,  hospital  apprentice,  second  class,  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  May  3,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  June  6,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  H.  W.  Haines,  Rockport,  111. 

HAINES,  HOWARD  WILLIAM,  apprentice  seaman,   Unitd  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  June  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Donnell  C.  Haines,  Laurel  Springs,  Camden,  N.  J. 
HAINLEY,  WILBUR  RAYMOND,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  June  10,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  Hainley,  Martinsville,  111. 

HAIRE,  EARL  S.,   machinist's  mate,   first  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Duluth,  Minn.,  June  2,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  24,  1917. 

Cause:  Poison. 

Next  of  kin :  R.  H.  Haire,  718  East  First  Street,  Duluth,  Minn. 
HAISTEN,  WILLIAM  CLAUD,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Oreg.,  April  25,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  May  21,  1917. 

Cause:  Meningitis. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alline  Haisten,  La  Grande,  Oreg. 
HAKE,  JAMES  BERNARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Richmond,  Va.,  June  9,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Benjamin  B.  Hake,  532  Nicholson  Street,  Richmond, 

Va. 
HALE,  ALBERT,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Peoria,  111.,  July  26,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  23,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Missoura  Frances  Hale,  R.  R.  No.  2,  Cisne,  111. 


333 

HALE,  EVERETT  C.,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Newport,  R.  I.,  May  21,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  London,  Conn.,  September  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Ernest  Hale,  14  Burton  Street,  New  Haven,  Conn. 
HALE,  LONNIE  DEAN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  July  30,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Cheyenne,  October  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Ella  Harwood,  Carterville,  Mo. 
HALE,  LONNIE  HARLE,  apprentice  s-eaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  19,  1918. 

Cause:  Bronchial  pneumonia. 

*      Next  of  kin  :  Mother,  Nettie  Hall,  Vinemont,  Ala. 
HALE,  WILBERN  RILEY,  shipwright,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  El  Paso,  Tex.,  July  3,  1917. 

Died :  Curtiss  Aeroplane  &  Motor  Corporation,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  January  6, 
1918. 

Cause :  Result  of  accident. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Cora  Hale,  Temple,  Ariz. 
HALFACRE,  SHERMAN,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Nashville,  Tenn.,  May  31,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Hally  Petty  Hal  fa  ere,  Route  2,  Bloomington  Springs, 

Tenn. 

HALFORD,  JAMES  THOMPSON,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  April  23,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Mount  Vernon,  September  5,  1918. 

Cause :  Lost  life  when  ship  was  sunk  by  enemy  submarine. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  I.  Halford,  194  Maple  Avenue,  Hartford,  Conn. 
HALL,  CECIL,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Parkersburg,  W.  Va.,  July  3,  1917. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Hanley,  March  19,  1918. 

Cause :  Died  from  injuries  received  in  explosion. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Hall,  840  Rigley  Avenue,  Charleston,  W.  Va. 
HALL,  EDWARD  EMERSON,  machinist's  mate,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Seattle,  Wash.,  September  6,  1913. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  F-l,  December  17,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  when  U.  S.  S.  F-l  was  sunk. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Mabel  Marie  Hall,  330  Forty-first  Street,  West  Seattle, 

Wash. 
HALL,  JAMES  ORBIN,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  April  19,  1917. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14, 1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  vessel. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  James  T.  Hall,  Pardee,  Va. 
HALL,  JOHN,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  November  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  December  29,  1917. 

Cause :  Lobar  pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Carrie  Hall,  121  Park  Avenue,  Jacksonville,  Fla. 


334 

HALL,   JOHN  HANSFORD,  seaman,  second  class,  United   States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Norfolk,  Va.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  5, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lola  Martin  Hall,  Ordinary,  Va. 
HALL,  JOHN  MAESHALL,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Houston,  Tex.,  August  10,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  training  station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  December  6, 1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  M.  Hall,  Leona,  Tex. 
HALL,  JOSEPH  EDWARD,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  New  Haven,  Conn.,  November  26,  1917. 

Died :  Receiving  ship,  Boston,  Mass.,  December  31,  1917. 

Cause:  Pleurisy,  suppurative. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Henry  Edward  Hall,  192  Sherman  Avenue,  Meriden, 

Conn. 

HALL,  LESTER  MINOR,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 
.     Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  April  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  May  16,  1917. 

Cause:  Spinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nettie  M.  Hall,  Chelsea,  Mich. 
HALL,  LINDSEY  D.,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  29,  1916. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  March  21,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  labor. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Joe  B.  Hall,  Garfield,  Ga. 
HALL,  RAYMOND,  shipwright,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  June  15,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  naval  base,  Virginia,  October  1, 1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Gertrude  Hall,  Maple  Plain,  Minn. 

HALLACK,  FRANK  THOMAS,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States 
Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  21, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Adelaide  Frances  Hallack,  3503  Wabash  Street,  Los  Angeles, 

Calif. 
HALLERAN,  NORMAN  AUBREY,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  December  11,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28, 1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  Kin :  Father,  Daniel  C.  Halleran,  315  Main  Street,  Independence, 

Mo. 

HALLETT,  ELBERT,  Jr.,  landsman  for  machinist's  mate  (A),  United  States  Naval 
Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted:  New  York,  N.  Y.,  April  3,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause :  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Elbert  Hallett,  163  Amity  Street,  Flushing,  N.  Y. 


335 

HALLETT,  VERNON  D.,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  December  13,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  January  29,  1918. 

Cause:  Pleurisy. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Nina  B.  Hallett,  Waterloo,  Ind. 
HALLIDAY,  NEWTON  SCHURZ,  seaman,  second  class,  N.  N.  V. 

Enlisted:  Chicago,  111.,  September  1,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  Station,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  April  6,  1918.' 

Cause :  Tuberculosis  ;  pneumonia,  acute. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Newton  R.  Halliday,  4401  Keokuk  Avenue,  Chicago, 

111. 
HALLIGAN,   JOHN   EDWARD,   landsman   for   quartermaster    (A),   United    States 

Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mas?.,  January  12,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  air  station,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Cousin,  Agnes  Ask,  10  Heinrich  Street,  Waverly,  Mass. 
HALSETH,  ANDREW  MARTIN,  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force. 

Enlisted :  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  April  25,  1917. 

Died :  Base  hospital,  Brest,  France,  November  5,  1917. 

Cause:  Concussion  of  brain. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Melina  Halseth,  Bemidji,  Minn. 

HALSEY,  ROBERT  ANDERSON,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted:  Detroit,  Mich.,  July  23,  1918. 

Died:  Naval  Hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next    of    kin :  Wife,    Marjorie    Helen    Halsey,    2679    Woodward    Avenue, 

Highland  Park,  Mich. 

HALSTEAD,  CLIFF  FRANK,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Eureka,  Calif.,  May  14,  1918. 

Died:  Base  dispensary,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  October  23,  1918. 

Cause :  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Lottie  Kenney,  Rolph,  Calif. 

HALSTEAD,  HAROLD  NORMAN,  landsman  for  quartermaster   (A),  United  States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Montgomery,  Ala.,  March  31,  1917. 

Died :  United  States  Aeronautical  Attachment  No.  1,  Toulon,  France,  July 
31,  1917. 

Cause:  Inranity. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Francis  A.  Halstead,  118  Bortime  Street,  Somerville, 

N.  J. 
HALVERSON,  JOHN,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  December  28,  1911. 

Died:  U.  S.  S.  Maryland,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  Halverson,  Forest  City,  Iowa. 
HALVERSON,  REYNOLD  JOSEPH,  coxswain,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  April  27,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  October  1,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin:  Mother,  Carrie  Halverson,  1723  Lowry  Avenue  NE.,  Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 


336 

HALVEBSTADT,  ISAAC  FBANKLIN,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Omaha,  Nebr.,  June  5,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  24,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:  Father,  Frank  V.  Halverstadt,  947  South  Street,  Lincoln, 

Nebr. 
HAMAN,  HENRY  GEORGE,  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  November  21,  1914. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Chauncey,  November  19,  1917. 

Cause :  Lost  life  when  ship  sank. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Burt  W.  Haman,  18  Knoerl  Avenue,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
HAMBKICK,  FRANK  HENRY,  shipfitter,  second  class,  United  States  Navy." 

Enlisted :  Dallas,  Tex.,  May  28,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  headquarters,  Paris,  France,  April  18,  1918. 

Cause:  Fractured  skull. 

Next  of  kin :  Joseph  Early  Hambrick,  Dallas,  Tex. 
HAMER,  EDWARD  RILEY,  oiler,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  2,  1915. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Norfolk,  Va.,  October  25,  1917. 

Cause:  Cerebrospinal  fever. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Susan  A.  Hamer,  Ridley,  Pa. 
HAMER,  PAUL  MILVIN,  apprentice  seaman,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  March  12,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  April  26,  1917. 

Cause:  Pneumonia. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Carrie  G.  Hamer,  Downey,  Calif. 

HAMILTON,  ANDREW   CLIFFORD,   landsman   for   electrician    (G),   United   States 
Navy. 

Enlisted :  Boston,  Mass.,  June  14,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Newport,  R.  I.,  September  26,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  lobar. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Hugh  Hamilton,  9  Sheldon  Street,  East  Milton,  Mass. 
HAMILTON,  EDGAR  WILLIAM,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Seattle,  Wash.,  February  23,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Puget  Sound,  Wash.,  October  9,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Mary  Hamilton,  R.  F.  D.,  box  103,  Yakima,  Wash. 
HAMILTON,  EMMETT  WAYNE,  fireman,  third  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  December  15,  1917. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  September  22,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  Wright  Hamilton,  route  1,  Blackwater,  Mo. 
HAMILTON,  JAMES  HENRY,  mess  attendant,  third  class,  United  States  Naval  Re- 
serve Force. 

Enlisted :  Fernandina,  Fla.,  June  1,  1918. 

Died :  U.  S.  S.  Solace,  October  4,  1918. 

Cause:  Pneumonia,  broncho. 

Next  of  kin :  Wife,  Pearl  Hamilton,  288  Division  Street,  Fernandina,  Fla. 


337 

HAMILTON,  Louis  FRANCIS,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Portland,  Me.,  May  29,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  September  16,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Alice  Edna  Hamilton,  Chebeaque  Island,  Me. 
HAMILTON,  PATRICK  LEO,  seaman,  second  class,  United  States  Naval  Reserve 
Force. 

Enlisted :  Louisville,  Ky.,  June  6,  1918. 

Died :  Naval  hospital,  Great  Lakes,  111.,  September  28,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin :  Mother,  Ellen  Hamilton,  Whitesville,  Ky. 
HAMILTON,  WILLIAM  HALL,  water  tender,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted:  Dallas,  Tex.,  January  17,  1914. 

Died :  Navy  collier  Cyclops,  June  14,  1918. 

Cause :  Member  of  crew  on  missing  Cyclops. 

Next  of  kin :  Father,  John  E.  Hamilton,  Dombey,  Okla. 
HAMLETT,  FRANCIS  ALOYSIUS,  fireman,  first  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  February  4,  1916. 

Died :  Navy  yard,  Mare  Island,  Calif.,  October  17,  1918. 

Cause:  Influenza. 

Next  of  kin:   Father,  Frederick  Hamlett,   614   Sixty-first   Street,   Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 
HAMMEL,  WILLIAM  NICHOLS,  fireman,  second  class,  United  States  Navy. 

Enlisted :  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  January  4,  1916. 

Died:  Naval  hospital,